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Review – Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

Ieva Ozola shares her reasons as to why Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is not just a kids movie… The newest addition to the Shrek franchise by Joel Crawford, Puss in Boots: The Last Wish is a lot more than just another animated movie for kids. As a total ride-or-die cat lover, I was more than excited to spend 90 minutes staring at a … Continue reading Review – Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

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Blue Jean: Resisting the shame regime

Jessica Matthewson gives us an insight into the new LGBTQ+ British drama film directed by Georgia Oakley… Warning: This review contains some spoilers…   A charming story about a chain-smoking lesbian PE teacher set in the late 80s, a time when Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government plan to pass a law stigmatising gays and lesbians.   Director, Georgia Oakley, transports the audience to the north-east with characters all … Continue reading Blue Jean: Resisting the shame regime

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Review: Ant Man Quantumania

Angus McGregor reveals why he thinks the first film of Phase 5 in the MCU is not worth the hype… Marvel’s Phase 4, following the culmination of Endgame, didn’t go down as well as they probably had hoped. Despite some highlights, the phase had nowhere near the same impact as earlier ones, with The Eternals and Thor: Love and Thunder notable disappointments in a misfiring … Continue reading Review: Ant Man Quantumania

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Review: Triangle of Sadness

Melissa Findlay gives her take on Ruben Östlund’s latest satirical black comedy, Triangle of Sadness… Recently nominated by the Academy for Best Picture, Ruben Östlund’s Triangle of Sadness is one that I have had on my watchlist for some time ever since it won the Cannes Film Festival’s highest accolade, the Palme d’Or, in May last year. The expectations were high, and I was not … Continue reading Review: Triangle of Sadness

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Babylon: “A Passion Project”

Angus McGregor shares his thoughts on Damien Chazelle’s Babylon, starring the likes of Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie… Few directors are on as hot a streak as Damien Chazelle, with his run of Whiplash, La La Land and First Man earning the 38-year-old great critical acclaim. The youngest winner of the Best Director Oscar, Chazelle’s reputation and success has allowed him to venture out with … Continue reading Babylon: “A Passion Project”

Review: Assassination Nation

Set in modern day Harlem, Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation is an unlikely dystopian horror, based around our social media obsessed society. The predominantly young cast bring to life our current concerns regarding the amount of information the internet has on us and the consequences of having this leaked to the rest of the world, which Levinson proceeds to present in a realistically gruesome manner. A … Continue reading Review: Assassination Nation