For the students who worry about how people perceive them, whether you rely on your brainy skills or your upbeat attitude, or the ones who trust their own validation, or the ones who are in-between, this show is for you.
As comedy-drama motion pictures go, the majority normally feel forced in both their comedic and dramatic aspects, rendering them nearly unbearable. ‘The Last Word’ is an excellent refreshing contradiction to this common notion.
God’s Own Country is the directorial debut of Yorkshire born actor Francis Lee where Johnny (Josh O’Connor) working on his family’s farm turns to binge-drinking and casual sex as a form of escapism.
Adam Kashmiry, 19, sits alone in his bedsit, opens his browser and asks the question “can the soul of a man be trapped in a woman?”
By Blair Macbride Rebekah Fortune’s first feature film, ‘Just Charlie’, is a fantastically thought-provoking drama. It portrays the […]
By Fraser Bryce I’m not going to mince my words here: Edgar Wright is one of the best directors […]
By Michael Sweeney The latest installment of Spider-Man is out now. To mark the newest arrival of the […]