The MCU’s first female lead is a triumph as Brie Larson stars as Captain Marvel (‘Vers’/ Carol Danvers) in the latest Marvel outing. Teaming up with MCU favourite Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Vers must […]
Last week it was announced that streaming giant Netflix will officially set the age ratings for its own movies in accordance with current BBCF guidelines. Algorithms will collate manually tagged instances of violence, sex, bad […]
Editor-in-Chief Robbie Cairns reviews Us, the second film from Jordan Peele which hit cinemas yesterday.
The original Disney production of Aladdin, released in 1992, was the first Disney film to be released which depicted characters that were not white. The film is based on a Middle Eastern folk story of […]
James Kent’s adaptation of Rhidian Brook’s novel, The Aftermath, touches on some of the social issues present after the Second World War. By focusing on Germany, the film presents an original perspective on the effects of the war.
Netflix took the world by storm back in 2012 as a revolutionary way to access original film and television from the comfort of your home. Originally acting solely as a provider for already-established series and […]
Netflix has changed the ending of The Notebook leaving fans enraged. What impact does this have on the longevity of art and its original meaning? In news which shocked generations of fans, Netflix have taken […]
It’s no secret that we as a society love superheroes. We dress up in their costumes for parties, give our children little plastic heroes to play with, and we consume their movies and shows at […]
Capernaum (“Chaos”, in French) is a big film for 2018/19. Winner of the Cannes Jury prize, and nominated for Best Foreign language film at the 2019 Oscars, it has certainly attracted plaudits. Opening on the […]
Until last week, Emma Thompson had been due to voice a role in Luck, a big budget family film produced by Skydance Animation. However, after the studio hired controversial former Pixar head John Lasseter to […]