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The Rating System
Landslide - An overwhelming election victory. For the brilliant films.
Majority Government - A government with an absolute majority of seats. For the very good/great films.
Minority Government - A government that leads without a majority. For the average to good films.
Fringe Party - A party with small, insignificant support. For the poor films
Lost the Deposit - Less than 5% of the vote, an embarrassing defeat. For the terrible films
May 2017 - MOVIE PARLIAMENT'S SUMMER MOVIE WAGER
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Why Zootopia Was the Most Important Film of 2016
-Read HERE why Disney's animated family film was the most prescient, and relevant film of 2016
Why, 10 years on, Hot Fuzz is funnier and more relevant than ever
-Read HERE why, 10 years on, Hot Fuzz's satirical edge has only grown sharper
2016 - The Year Hollywood Left the Uncanny Valley?
-Read HERE how this year's groundbreaking special effects have raised ethical questions
Why Prometheus is better than Alien: Covenant and Ridley Scott is the new George Lucas
Read HERE why Alien: Covenant disappoints both as a sequel to Prometheus and a prequel to Alien.
Ghost in the Shell: Original vs. Remake
-A review of the 1995 anime and 2017 remake. Read HERE
Dunkirk 70mm IMAX Preview
-Read HERE an exclusive first look at Christopher Nolan's next film.