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Film-making: a moral responsibility?

IIn September 2016, The Promise – a historical romance, directed by Terry George (Hotel Rwanda) and starring Oscar Isaacs, Christian Bale and Charlotte Le...
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Review: Lady Macbeth

It’s a brave venture of both book and film to incorporate “Macbeth” into their titles, but Lady Macbeth is a bewildering piece that defies...

Pitch Perfect: Our Editor’s Favourite Film Soundtracks

Copy Editor, Graham Moore’s Favourite Film Soundtrack: Moon (2009) Moon – the multiple award-winning 2009 directorial debut of Duncan Jones (Source Code, Warcraft) – is a veritable, minimalist masterclass....

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...