Review: Tenet Christopher’s Nolan’s time-bending, cinema-saving epic has finally hit cinemas, but is it good enough for you to leave the safety of home to see it? Isaac Bettridge gives us his thoughts. Christopher Nolan vanishes up his own arsehole with Tenet, a film that combines the glamorous locales and stylish action of a Bond […]
Is Netflix’s new space comedy a giant leap or a failure to launch? Isaac Bettridge tells all
As the scandal surrounding Dominic Cummings’ trip to Durham continues to dominate the headlines, Isaac Bettridge analyses what this tells us about Cummings, his boss and the government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.
Isaac Bettridge explores the disappointment of Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation
Hungary, Israel, India – are we all going to end up a people of QR-code scanning, ultra-monitored insects under the thumb of the most powerful? Will corruption have to become the norm as ’emergency measures’ remain in place after decades of resolution, as with the post-terrorism measures still in place in the USA? Isaac Bettridge evaluates the situation that the world is facing but looking past, as the focus rests on the pandemic.
Sinn Fein, the left-wing republican party, won the largest number of first-preference votes overall – nonetheless, it’s clear that voters have expressed great discontent with the state of affairs in the Republic. But how will this impact the Brexit process?
Isaac Bettridge finds Hunters to be tonally conflicted but constantly entertaining.