Category - Film & TV

Film & TV

Review: Doctor Strange

For some of us, the endless barrage of Marvel movies risk becoming quite grating; for others, having a new superhero movie every few months is a dream come...

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BFI LFF Review: Dog Eat Dog

During the post-screening Q+A, director Paul Schrader stated that there were too many filmmakers that thought ‘inside the box’, and those that...

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Review: Swiss Army Man

Since appearing at film festivals at the beginning of the year and having been released to U.S theatres over the summer, it’s been a long wait for Daniel...

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Review: In Pursuit of Silence

In Pursuit of Silence is a feature-length documentary from Patrick Shen that addresses a very necessary topic. It is by no means a piece frustrated at the...

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Review: The Magnificent Seven

It seems as though the 2010s have been the decade of the movie remake. Revamped versions of classics like Ghostbusters (2016), Point Break (2015) and Carrie...

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Preview: Iris Prize 2016

This year, the Iris Prize celebrates their 10th anniversary and the milestone of becoming a BAFTA recognised A list festival. The international LGBTQ+ film...

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Review: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Note: Falling face first into mud is the way into a man’s heart.
Bridget is back. After 15 years, the third instalment in the beloved franchise, Bridget...

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Review: The Neon Demon

With his latest release, The Neon Demon, Nicolas Winding Refn brings us one of the only worthy films to see during this unremarkable summer at the cinema...

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Review: Café Society

On the phone, Bobby’s relative calls to ask if he’s bored of Hollywood already. Bobby responds, ‘I’m kind of half bored, half...

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Review: Jason Bourne

‘You Know His Name‘, the tagline reads. And by now, after five films spanning fourteen years, it’s safe to say that Matt Damon’s...

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Review: Finding Dory

For me, what was perhaps the most remarkable thing about Finding Dory was that its story flowed so effortlessly without the need of a villain. Like its...

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Review: The BFG

Adults would say Roald Dahl’s books are for children and only children. They believe that the worlds of a telekinetic child, a chocolate factory, talking...

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Review: Star Trek Beyond

Before you venture into this review of Star Trek Beyond, I must warn you that I am NOT a ‘Trekkie’. If there was a scale that measured how much of a...

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