Even with the best will in the world, national treasure Rowan Atkinson doesn’t have the comedic strength to keep this titanic failure afloat
Review of Tehran Taboo; an immersive film of untold stories set in Tehran.
Emotional, funny, and featuring a killer soundtrack, A Star is Born will surely go down as one of 2018’s greatest films.
Georgia Church reviews one of Netflix’s new rom-coms, Set It Up
Frank Radcliffe-Adams reviews ‘Hold’ a debut novel written by Michael Donkor, an Observer New Face for Fiction 2018, and published by 4th Estate
The BBC successfully introduces Jodie Whittaker as the next regeneration of Doctor Who, finding the right balance for success.
Emily Wain reviews Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, which is a positive sing-along throughout
While it’s possible to review Maniac without revealing too much, commenting on any plot details frankly feels like it would detract from the viewing experience. So, I’ll be avoiding all spoilers and if you want to truly enjoy this series, watch it like I did, with no background information. From the acclaimed director of Beasts of No […]
The 80s themed tale of a killer-next-door was shown at Grimmfest 2018, shocking audiences with an explosive, violent final act
Tom Hardy’s much-anticipated Marvel debut doesn’t really live up to the hype
At first glance, the film may be seen as just another tale of a damsel in distress, but upon closer inspection, Casablanca is a romantic fantasy that has made an everlasting impact on cinema as a whole
Urussa Malik reviews Desiree Akhavan’s third project, The Miseducation of Cameron Post
Izzy Sharp compares the adaptations of ‘Picnic at Hanging Rock’ from 1975 and 2018, pitting Weir’s entry against the modern iteration from Kondracki
Madeleine Peden reviews Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. – a documentary following rapper M.I.A which explores her civil war torn background and migration to the UK
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