Polar – Movie Review

Full on. From start to finish Polar takes you on a rollercoaster of a journey, and never shows signs of stopping. Polar has something, its unique comical tone is so rambunctiously in your face that not everyone will like it, or even get it. With some surprise casting choices you have to let the movie... Continue Reading →

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Outlaw King – Film Review

Arguably Netflix’s most ambitious production to date comes in the form of Outlaw King, a medieval masterclass in which sees Chris Pine shine (somewhat). Depicting a grey and gritty 12th century Scotland battling for freedom from the English and King Edward (Stephen dillane). Robert the Bruce (Chris Pine) is on a quest to not only... Continue Reading →

A Star is Born

The much anticipated ‘A Star Is Born’ shines a very bright light on the modern music industry and the paths it takes to form and sculpt a new artist. In doing so providing a stark insight into the personal struggles, strifes and turmoil of a modern day rocker. Captivating, riveting and tear-jerkingly beautiful ‘A Star... Continue Reading →

The History Of The Eagles – Documentary Review

The attention to detail and fastidiousness that is required in order to amalgamate a bands history into a documentary is so very big. However, to amalgamate over 50 years of touring and record making from one of the most successful bands of all time is a different feat altogether. The Eagles are timeless, they have touched... Continue Reading →

The Foreigner – Movie Review

Arguable one of the most surprisingly ambitious additions to the Netflix production catalogue was ‘The Foreigner’. A seemingly cheap bust-up between two ‘has-beens’ Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan turned out to be one of the most riveting and multifaceted thrillers that has come onto Netflix’s domain. With stellar performances from both leading men, we see... Continue Reading →

The Avengers – Infinity wars

The culmination of pretty much every Marvel comic book superhero takes place in this jam-packed action bust-up. The latest instalment is a fan boys dream, in which every superhero gets just as much screen time as the next. It is utterly hilarious, riveting and mesmerisingly beautiful at times. Bordering dangerously close to a overkill by... Continue Reading →

Ready Player One

Set in a questionably dystopian 2045 Columbus is now one of the biggest cities in the United States. A world in which everyone seems to be less comfortable living in, compared with that of the virtual world, also known as the 'OASIS'. A virtual 'utopia' in which you can be anyone, anything, go anywhere and... Continue Reading →

The Stanford Prison Experiment

One of the most unique experiments in the field of psychology took place in the Summer of 1971, in Northern California's Stanford University. An experiment which tested the very nature of a humans ability to exert power, and the extent to which such power would be tyrannical or just. Whether seemingly normal, good people can... Continue Reading →

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