Ben Browne is a freelance writer, film critic and all-purpose nerd. He's been in love with movies, comic books and video games for as long as he can remember and these obsessions show no signs of slowing down any time soon. Spider-Man is his favorite superhero of all time and he considers Peter Parker to be a role model. In terms of movies, he's a huge James Bond geek and grew up watching way too many violent action flicks. He believes Back to the Future to be one of the finest movies ever made and has seen it more times than he could realistically count.
Ben spends most of his time talking about movies for his own personal site The Popcorn Bucket and has had his reviews published on many independent movie sites. He very occasionally tweets, but his profile can be found @MrZao.
Articles by Ben Browne
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With hype building for the 2017 sequel, here are the things you didn't know about the Guardians' charismatic leader, the legendary Star-Lord.
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The Bourne series is famed for its incredible action and bone-crunching fights. In celebration of the new film, we count down the best Bourne brawls.
Some villains can't help but talk about how great they are. We list the baddies that would have gotten away with it if they'd kept their mouths shut.