Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) The Dead Poets Society (1989) Rear Window (1954) Barefoot in the Park (1967) The Graduate (1967) The Kings of Summer (2013) Little Women (2019) Snow White (1937) Guys and Dolls (1955) Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) Pride and Prejudice (2005) The Princess Diaries (2001) Edward Scissorhands (1990) Four … More 50 Random Films You’ll Love (Including one inspired by this photo!)
While certain cinemas may begin opening up around you, its hard to beat an extraordinary film night on your own turf. Don’t get me wrong, I love supporting cinemas and I will go back to them once the virus slows down, but I’ve always found magic in creating a home cinema. Do you need a … More How to have the ultimate film night
Back in April, in the height of the Coronavirus pandemic, several global film festivals announced that they were canceling their festivities. As someone that has attended these festivals since 2017, and seen the beauty of the work it produces, it was an understandable conclusion, but a sad one. What followed only a few weeks later … More Everything you need to know about the upcoming film festival – WE ARE ONE
Taika Waititi is no stranger to comedy. From Thor: Ragnarok (2017) to Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016), he is essentially a comedy genius. His latest, JoJo Rabbit (2019) has divided critics for its dark comedic approach to a Nazi satire. This is for obvious reasons a delicate subject matter, in no shape or form could someone … More JoJo Rabbit – LFF 2019 Review 5/5
With just three months to go until Disney launch their fancy new streaming service; Disney plus, its important to break down the effects this will have on pre-standing services such as Amazon Prime video and Netflix. Where exactly will this service, place companies in the ‘race’ to consumerism media? … More What impact will Disney+ have on the future of online streaming?
It is not rare to associate films and music as a partnership. They complement each other in ways far more complicated than we appreciate. The current influx of musical biopic films on the surface seems good, but I find myself asking the question, why? Now this is not to be confused with musicals (A celebration … More Is the music industry the current theme in cinema?
The gap in the market for a quirky indie zombie film had already been long filled by box office hits such as Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Zombieland (2009), of which the later has a squeal coming out this summer. So what made Jim Jarmusch feel the need to release another? Well, for starters … More Cannes 2019: The Dead Don’t Die – Review – 3/5
Every year, thousands of accredited individuals line the streets of the French Rivera for a glamorous two weeks of magical film entertainment. The Cinephile badge is available to “film enthusiasts and educational individualists”. This is the accreditation that I had for the duration of the festival, I however only stayed for a week, but let … More A Students Guide to the Cannes Film Festival 2019 – Cinephile Accreditation
Musicals and cinema had a period of going hand in hand. I’m talking about the MGM classics of Hollywood and the beauty of voices such as Judy Garland and the crackling joy of the Jazz Singer (1927). yet, the last decade has seen a revival of ‘the musical’ to our screens, matching the likes of … More 5 of The Best Musical Scenes in Cinema
Heads up, La La Land, it’s real and it’s amazing. I returned a couple of weeks ago from my university trip to Los Angeles, California, and I honestly had the most amazing time! Here’s a quick idea of what we got up to: Three days at Wondercon in Anaheim Moved to Hollywood: Griffith Park & … More A Guide to Los Angeles (Anaheim, Hollywood and Santa Monica)