Jonny Hosking

Jonny Hosking


Palm Springs: The time loop romcom we need?

Palm Springs: The time loop romcom we need?

Andy Samberg and Christin Milioti shine in this sun swept, time bending romcom
93rd Academy Awards Reviewed

93rd Academy Awards Reviewed

Hollywood’s biggest night of the year faced its biggest challenge going ahead during a pandemic. Did they pull it off?
MANIFF 2021: The Other

MANIFF 2021: The Other

Charlotte Dauphin’s haunting portrayal of grief boasts a visual elegance but has little under the surface.
Disney+ Star – more content, but at what cost?

Disney+ Star – more content, but at what cost?

With hundreds more films and TV shows added to the site, has Disney Plus finally claimed top spot amidst the ‘Streaming Wars’?
Soul: Pixar’s most mature film?

Soul: Pixar’s most mature film?

Don’t let the bright colours and anthropomorphised animals fool you – this is Pixar’s most mature feature to date
It’s a Sin: Youth, freedom and AIDS in 1980s London

It’s a Sin: Youth, freedom and AIDS in 1980s London

Channel 4’s newest series, It’s a Sin, is a compelling portrait of 1980s gay youth, sexual freedom and the beginnings of HIV epidemic
The perfect Pixar Short: Part 2

The perfect Pixar Short: Part 2

These animated marvels have long led innovation in their field but how will they rank in our top ten series for style, sound and creative potential?
The perfect Pixar Short: Part 1

The perfect Pixar Short: Part 1

Quirky, innovative, and always moving, Pixar’s Theatrical Shorts are ranked amongst each other in our top 10 list
Review: Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm

Review: Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm

Outrageous, thought-provoking, and politically charged, Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Borat’ sequel has big swings but few hits
October read: Their Eyes Were Watching God

October read: Their Eyes Were Watching God

Jonathan Hosking reflects on Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston and its depiction of marriage, race and religion
A whistle-stop tour of heartbreak, family, and solidarity – Rocks reviewed

A whistle-stop tour of heartbreak, family, and solidarity – Rocks reviewed

Vibrancy and dynamism of growing up in London leap off the screen in this coming-of-age gem, writes Jonathan Hosking

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