Life stories – The Reunited States (Film Review)

Posted by - March 5, 2021
American politics was shaken when Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States of America. When he was elected in 2016, America as a country started to become more divided than ever before. The Reunited States is a feature-length documentary that follows a family from Texas who decide to sell their house and

Hero complex – Music (Film Review)

Posted by - February 15, 2021
Let us preface this review by saying that Music, whilst claiming to be a film giving a platform to autistic people, is not about autism. Music instead appears to be a rather self-indulgent film about drug addiction that Sia herself experienced. I will touch upon this later. Even before its release, Music has gathered an

“Every time I tell anyone I’m a poet, they just…think I’m really pretentious” – Hurt by Paradise (Film Review)

Posted by - February 8, 2021
Debut director Greta Bellamacina’s Hurt by Paradise is an interesting indie drama that beautifully, and comically portrays female friendship, motherhood, and crashing dreams. Exploring the mundanity of Celeste’s life, impressively played by Bellamacina herself, the lead struggles to find success in her poetry, despite her extreme passion and belief. Always alongside her wild and caring

How I Met My Father – Match (DVD Review)

Posted by - October 5, 2015
Patrick Stewart`s name has, over the last few decades, become synonymous with a handful of iconic roles. From Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek The Next Generation and Charles Xavier in the X-Men films (a role, let's face it, he was born to play), to voicing Susie Swanson and Avery Bullock in the Family Guy