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Last Ride: “Logan” and the death of the American dream
 

A breakdown of the themes and influences that make James Mangold’s Logan one of the best American weste...

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When Setting Meets Genre: What makes a Western a Western?
 

Edward Wragg breaks down the many faces of the Western genre and how they’ve revealed themselves to audi...

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Urban Cowboy: The schlocky joy of “Death Wish 3”
 

Josh Merritt dives deep into the grimy pool of exploitation that is Death Wish 3, unearthing the secrets of i...

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Why people care so much about women directing Marvel movies
 

With Wonder Woman doing wonderfully it may look like there’s going to be a change to the status quo of...

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