A Shakespearian tale lacking in Shakespearian substance
“Like many other student procrastinators of late, I have found myself falling down the rabbit hole of food-related YouTube, hence coming across the most classic and noteworthy foody film scenes that will leave you simultaneously love-struck, feeling the pressure of the kitchen and, most of all, hungry.”
Looks can be deceiving
Driven by two stupendous Oscar-nominated performances, Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a thoroughly entertaining picture with heaps of memorable dialogue.
You should go and see Mary Queen of Scots quite simply because it’s one of the most beautiful films to grace cinema screens this year.
The recent true crime obsession has brought with it significant controversy surrounding the balance between respect for a crime’s victims and their families and film-makers’ rights to tell these stories
Felix Van Groeningen well and truly changed the teenage drama sub-genre with Beautiful Boy, a film based on the memoirs of Nic and David Sheff.
The current controversy surrounding the now hostless Oscars means the spotlight shining on this year’s nominations is even brighter
A terrible example of trying to have your own cake and eat it. Balancing an interrogative character piece alongside Clint Eastwood having two threesomes
“This is a movie which demands to be seen on the big screen”
Emily Wain argues that the inequality surrounding directors needs addressing for the film industry to progress
Alita: Battle Angel could have been vastly entertaining, but somehow manages to fall short at every hurdle
Crazy Rich Asians cements Chinese dominance in multi-racial Singapore, and panders to Westernised conceptions of Asian culture.
How To Train Your Dragon 3 will leave you crying, in a good way
Escape Room is a confused, poorly written mess of a horror film that’s also glorious to watch for its ridiculousness and bizarre imagination.