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.
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 Michael Sweeney The latest installment of Spider-Man is out now. To mark the newest arrival of the […]
Okja is the story of a young girl named Mija (An Seo Hyun) who faces the threat […]
Sunao Katabuchi’s In This Corner of the World (Kono Sekai no Katsumi ni) is one of the […]
The stop-motion masterpiece that Claude Barras has created with My Life as a Courgette, is one of the […]
By Greg Hill The Legend of Zelda has come a long way since it was first released on […]
By Jennifer Constable, Editor-in-Chief (@Peculiar_Jenny) It’s just gone 10am on a Friday Morning, and screen 7 of the […]
In the modern day, obviously the best thing to do when you have strong feelings about anything […]