If there’s any kind of magic that exists in the world, filmmaking is undoubtedly one of the first thing that comes to mind. And some of the industry's best have pulled off truly mind-blowing feats by shrinking things down.
Are film critics living in a bubble? That's been the basis of a lot of discourse in recent weeks and months. But have they really become so far out-of-touch with the general public that it's become a problem?
It's 2018 and our options for entertainment are nearly endless, yet we still find ourselves spending our time obsessing over the past; particularly sitting all day watching reruns of film and TV shows that have been long gone for decades. Why do we keep walking down memory lane time after time?