Unless you were an avid comic book reader, many of of my generation grew up with the Batman […]
Ted Bundy was one of the most notorious serial killers of modern American history, viciously murdering and raping […]
Dome Karukoski’s portrait of the life of JRR Tolkien provides a warm, emotional and well constructed biopic of […]
In an ever more polarised world of conflicting ideologies, violence and terror, what is the role of entertainment […]
The Avengers journey has been a true cultural phenomenon of modern film, reigniting the superhero genre while dovetailing a whole cinematic universe of colour and diversity into a core central journey alongside characters of depth. While not always perfect in plot devices, Endgame manages to deliver an exquisite curtain call for characters who have become central to the rebirth of comic books on screen.
(Spoiler Free) Neil Jordan (Breakfast on Pluto, The Butcher Boy and Company of Wolves) is well known for […]
Do you remember the awkwardness, insecurity and emotions of being 13? Bo Burnham’s stunning directorial debut Eighth Grade, […]
At 34 years old Goonies still provides a journey into adventure, fantasy and emerging adolescence unparalleled in its sheer vision and creativity. Goonies enthrals it’s younger audience while asking its older viewers to suspend the realities of adulthood and remember the excitement, discovery and energy of youth.
While there are elements of Kubrick’s classic that may now look worn, this is a film that still delivers a unique and audacious vision, reflecting social issues still present in modern society
Mid 90s is a beautiful exploration of early adolescence, encapsulating the fear, joy and naivety of early adult experiences with an unvarnished brush. The interface between peer groups and family is delivered with sincerity and dynamism with a visual aesthetic that encapsulates 1990s youth culture.
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