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We decided to split our year-end roundup into individual posts this year, with each of the team providing their own personal take on the entertainment that helped us get through ...

OK. What just happened?   “Don’t try to understand it” is the advice given to John David Washington’s unnamed protagonist early on in the film. As a viewer, this could be interpreted as Nolan issuing us either a warning or a challenge… I’m still not sure which, but I know ...

Christopher Nolan’s first feature, Following – a small “no-budget” experiment – is a fitting introduction to all of the trademark tropes that have appeared throughout his career ever since. About ...

In this colourful historical-revisionist drama set during Hollywood’s Golden Age, several aspiring filmmakers (actors, actresses, a writer and director) largely from a variety minority groups and backgrounds set out to ...

Destined to divide opinion, SCOOB! was to be the first theatrical Scooby-Doo film since the poorly received live- action sequel Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleased way back in 2004, and amazingly ...

Single mother and corporate plant breeder, Alice Woodard (Emily Beecham), has genetically engineered a new species of houseplant whose scent makes its owner feel euphoric – that is, providing you ...

As the opening credits roll, we see glimpses of the mutually widowed “Brian” (Ian McKellen) and “Estelle” (Helen Mirren), each tailoring online profiles for a mature matchmaking service. While he, ...