The High Note – Review

In recent years, there have been a lot of films which showcase different generations working in the same industry, delivering wisdom to one another. Robert De Niro parts his wise words on Anne Hathaway’s successful business woman in Nancy Meyer’s The Intern whilst Mindy Kahling tries her hand at comedy whilst teaching Emma Thompson’s comic to becoming more warming in Late Night. The director of … Continue reading The High Note – Review

Dead to Me – Review

Strawberries and cream. Gin and tonic. Peanut butter and jelly. There are plenty of perfect duos, where taste and texture combine to create the perfect blend for our taste buds. The same can be said for series. If you get the right blend of character and actor, the chemistry can be completely compelling and make unmissable television. Killing Eve would be nothing without Sandra Oh … Continue reading Dead to Me – Review

And Then We Danced – Review

Dance has served many different purposes in the world of cinema. Through the shallow waters of popular entertainment such as the Step Up series and Save this Dance to stirring indie dramas such as Pablo Larrain’s courageous Ema, rhythmic movements and steadied beats have helped craft a vivid, crucial story. Regardless of dance’s usage in cinema. Swedish-Georgian drama film And Then We Danced may be … Continue reading And Then We Danced – Review

Snowpiercer – Review

The journey of Snowpiercer, particularly for us in the United Kingdom, has been an interesting one. Due to demands by Harvey Weinstein, insisting that 20 minutes be cut and monologues be added at the start and end, Bong Joon-ho refused and the film itself languished in the station, struggling to find a worldwide distributor. Lucky, in 2018, it was acquired by Amazon Prime Video, sadly … Continue reading Snowpiercer – Review

Little Women – Review

Louisa May Alcott’s incredible Little Women has had numerous adaptations over the past few years including films, a limited series, and even a musical. The story of four sisters growing up during the American Civil War has touched the lives of countless generations and is so popular that it is even referenced in TV show Friends. Now accomplished filmmaker (and indie darling) Greta Gerwig has … Continue reading Little Women – Review