biopic Articles

Emily Review: Brontë biopic takes us to new heights

Emily Review: Brontë biopic takes us to new heights

Emily Brontë’s life is somewhat inaccurately but powerfully depicted by Frances O’Connor
King Richard: Tennis tale is inspiring and entertaining in equal parts

King Richard: Tennis tale is inspiring and entertaining in equal parts

Will Smith delivers a powerhouse performance in the true story of Venus and Serena Williams’ rise to stardom.
Spencer Review: A spoon-fed affront to intellect

Spencer Review: A spoon-fed affront to intellect

Spencer is a messy, spoon-fed affront to intellect that feverishly meanders its way through its almost 2 hour runtime
Judas and the Black Messiah: Far from revolutionary?

Judas and the Black Messiah: Far from revolutionary?

Fred Hampton biopic might not be truly revolutionary, but is not afraid of showing true Black Panthers’ viewpoints
Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood

Review: A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood

Featuring a spellbinding performance from Tom Hanks, A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood is a charming and heartwarming look at a true American icon, writes Will Burdess

Feature: Biopics in Bollywood

Mritunjay Sharma explores the tradition of biopic films in Bollywood

Review: Bleed For This

Bleed for This is the captivating biopic Miles Teller needed to engrave his name in the hallmarks of cinema recognition

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