Tag : Felicity Jones

The Arts Netflix Weekend Watchlist: Vol 13

2 years ago / 0 comments

So long January, we thought you’d never end. We’re now at that point in the semester where you’re trying to figure how little you can get away with contributing in seminars, and you’re not really ready to start on your reading either. So how about filling that spare time you’re pretending … Read More

Review: Rogue One – possesses a few character problems

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Being the eighth movie in the Star Wars universe Rogue One had a lot to deliver. Does it? In short…almost. It tells the story of Jyn Erso and a band of rebels on a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star. The film moves along at a tremendous … Read More

The Arts Netflix Weekend Watchlist: Vol 10

2 years ago / 0 comments

The end is in sight, the semester is nearly over. The nights are long, and the heating in your slightly shitty student house is on the blink again. But hey, at least Netflix still works. Grab a blanket and settle in a for a film night or two. Friday night … Read More

‘Inferno’ Review – In Its Own Purgatory

2 years ago / 0 comments

With a supposed star-studded cast of Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones and Irrfan Khan, you’d perhaps expect Ron Howard’s third instalment of the Da Vinci Code trilogy to be somewhat interesting. In reality, the most exciting part of the film was leaving when it had finished. Dan Brown’s novels, contrived, monotonous … Read More

Eddie Redmayne gives a towering performance in The Theory of Everything

4 years ago / 0 comments

It’s fair to say that the Theory of Everything’s success or failure lies purely on the shoulders of Eddie Redmayne’s performance as world renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking. Fortunately, Redmayne more than lives up to the tall order of playing one of the most recognisable scientists that the world has … Read More

Film | The Invisible Woman – Dickens' secret love affair comes to light

5 years ago / 0 comments

Image: BBC Films 4/5 Stars Adapted from Claire Tomalin’s book of the same name, The Invisible Woman is an engrossing depiction of the life of Nelly Ternan, a shadowy figure who was Dickens’ secret love and who became an integral part of his life, despite being kept a profound secret … Read More