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The Prom Review

Poor Meryl Streep. Is your career struggling so much that you were forced to sign onto this putrid cacophony of nonsense? Forgive me, I don’t typically give the game away quite so early, do I? But I cannot accurately describe this feeling of hatred that currently squats in my stomach like all of the bile…

Portrait of a Lady on Fire Review

After Parasite last month, I find myself feeling more open than ever towards foreign films. I had initially been dismissive of films from a different culture, purely from a language perspective; oftentimes a language is far too complex to translate directly to English, but once I mentally got over that hurdle in my own mind,…

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Review

Being into musicals as I am, it always excites me when one is broadcast live to cinemas, as I don’t get many chances to go down to London and take in a show. This particular one is one that I liked the sound of from the start, so for it to be broadcast live is…

Love, Simon Review

In this more politically-correct age, there is a lot of call for minority representation in film. As a general rule I encourage this, of course it can get too far and cross the line into being preachy and pretentious. Casting minorities for the sake of it is just as derivative as deliberately not casting them,…