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Review: The End of the F***ing World

Sometimes you don’t realise you want something until you have it. This pretty much sums up both The End of the F***ing World’s plot,...

Review: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

In a year saturated with reboots, sequels, and adaptations (44 of them hit cinemas this year, according to Business Insider) it’s no surprise that...

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....

Review: Darkest Hour

With Darkest Hour, director Joe Wright thrillingly illustrates the political side of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk by placing a momentous piece of history into the...
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Remember This? Hugo

Hugo is a bit of an oddball in Martin Scorsese’s canon of work. Audiences are most likely to associate Scorsese with dark brooding works...
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Remember This: 20th Century Women

Earlier this year, amid the clutter and noise of the awards season, one especially beautiful film was lost in the tidal wave of contenders....

Review: The Disaster Artist

Tommy Wiseau makes strange movies. Let me rephrase. Tommy Wiseau directs strange movies. What’s the difference? It’s a question that The Disaster Artist sets out to answer. “Based...

Film Review: Paddington 2

As someone who is a huge fan of the first Paddington film, I had high hopes for the second, and it did not disappoint. In...

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: Justice League

Justice League is not, strictly speaking, a bad film. It’s not awful. It’s not even terrible. Unfortunately, it’s not particularly good either – and...