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Spinning out of control

Recently, it was revealed that Game of Thrones would be receiving not one, not two, not even three, but four spin-off series. There could definitely be potential there, but four separate projects? HBO is...

Review: Big Little Lies

When you finish watching a TV series feeling pleasantly surprised that its female characters were consistently well-written from start to finish, you realise just how low the bar is when it comes to writing...

Review: Mindhorn

Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barratt) once had it all: the perfect girlfriend, the perfect car, the perfect hair, probably a pretty perfect paycheck, and a good deal of fame. 25 years later, he’s living in...

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 begins with a tough act to follow. It’s predecessor broke out in the best way possible. Space opera had been done before, superhero flick had been done before,...

The Curious Case of Avatar

On the front cover of the 2010 edition of 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die exists a single picture from a single film. It’s not Citizen Kane, and it isn’t The Godfather,...

Review: Better Call Saul. Season 3

Jimmy McGill is back. Season 3 has arrived, and Jimmy’s trajectory appears nothing but downhill in the realm of achieving a respectable career in law. Set six years before the narrative of Breaking Bad,...

Review: Doctor Who S10E1/2

Doctor Who is back, and although it may not be back with a bang, it’s not quite with a whimper. With the first two episodes of series 10 - ‘The Pilot’, and ‘Smile’ –...
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Review: 13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why has taken the world by storm, dubbed by some as ‘The Best Netflix Show in Years’. I read the book when I was about 14, and I remember loving it, so the...

Review: Rick and Morty Season 3 Premiere

Wubalubadubdub! It’s time to get your squanch on, my glip-glops, because Rick and Morty is back. I’ll start by saying that if you haven’t seen Rick and Morty, then for one that opening will...

Whitewashing: a problem from big screen to adverts

Whitewashing has been an issue across all periods of Hollywood, from Mickey Rooney's often excused caricature portrayal of a Japanese man in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), to Scarlett Johansson in the recent Ghost in...

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