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Bodyguard – Review

After its premier on the BBC, Bodyguard recently arrived on Netflix with the same promise as political thrillers like The Honourable Woman and The...

What Links The Three Colours?

I arrived at the Three Colours Trilogy late. For years it had adorned my watchlist and been the gaping hole in my small smug cabinet...

Grossed out

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe should have been left stumped by the end of Infinity War. Yet – without giving too much away...

The Lemmy Died For Our Sins

It’s Saturday, 9 p.m. You sit alone in your halls. The phone buzzes. Upon the luminescent screen in golden letters appear the word: ‘Lemmy?’ It’s...

What’s the hype with Love Actually?

It was with a tremendous surprise to me that, when researching Love Actually, I found that it came out in 2003 to mixed reviews....

Winter Wunderland: Does English football need a winter break?

For so many of us football fixtures are just another part of the Christmas holidays. Boxing Day would just be 'the day after Christmas'...

Remember This: Cabaret

It’s a warm summer’s day in a beer garden, two men, who until now were at odds, toast to the future and share sweet...

Review: Thor: Ragnarok

It’s become a cliché now to describe something as fitting into a rich tapestry. Even in film franchises, the phrase is overused to describe...

University: screen vs. reality

You’ve probably heard a lot about university: sex, drugs, rock ‘n’ roll and the rest of it. Is it really no work and all...

Review: Dunkirk

Most war films show us battles, give us context, surround us in politics. Dunkirk does none of these. Dunkirk is a film that is...
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