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Celebrate your bae this Valentine’s Day
‘Food is a way to nurture and nourish, to bond with someone’. Kate Fawcett shares her thoughts on food, love and relationships.
Emotional, funny, and featuring a killer soundtrack, A Star is Born will surely go down as one of 2018’s greatest films.
A staggeringly poetic debut feature film by director Francis Lee, speaks volumes of the intertwining nature of ferocity, kindness, and love
La La Land is an homage to jazz which neglects to ultimately pay any viable homage to jazz
My Jihad shys away from stereotypes and subverts tired clichés about Islam, providing a more authentic and positive picture of everyday Muslims
Will Chantei’s international allure woo Scott off his feet, or will the age gap make things awkward? Read on to find out!
Texting is many people’s preferred form of communication. But, says Emmanuel Demuren, it adds nothing to romance.
And Then We Danced is a deeply emotional, subtle romance which avoids preachiness and pretentiousness by conveying its message through music and dance, writes Michal Wasilewski
Love, loss and everything in between, Deputy Film Editor Josh Sandy takes a look back at Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine
Sophia Ashby delves into the history of Valentine’s Day, because all relationships have complicated pasts.
Sebastian Lelio’s Oscar-winning drama is captivating and poignant, writes Gina Agnew
Passengers attempts to reach for the stars with its sinister plot but ends up getting lost in space instead
”It was yakitori, a long open flame grill, the soaring fire reflected in the beads of sweat that adorned the grillmans forehead like a crown. Fred said he looked like Charles Bronson”
Think every French Man is a baguette toting connoisseur of amour? Think again, says Molly Allen.
Romance is a risky business. Let’s stop seeking gratification in sex, says Rowena Cox-Willmott, and give some love to snacks instead