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Dirty Grandpa

In not exactly the most innovative or interesting attempts at comedy, Robert De Niro’s raunchy, foul-mouthed Dirty Grandpa may not mark the beginning of a new golden age in his…

Creed

Creed follows Adonis (Michael B. Jordan), the son of Rocky’s friend Apollo Creed from an extramarital affair, who looks at his heritage as bearing the burden of a legacy he…

Suffragette is not representative enough

The struggle of women in the early 20th century to gain the right to vote cannot be forgotten- their courage and sacrifice is something today’s feminists owe so much of…

Sicario

Sicario – Mexican slang for hitman, as the title card tells us – is a gripping, brutal thriller set in the heart of Mexico’s drug wars. From the opening scene…

Time for debate on UK meat regulations

Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow environment secretary Kerry McCarthy, a self-described “militant” vegan, has caused concern among farmers with her recent statement that meat eaters should be treated like smokers – and…

Desertification and climate change will exacerbate future refugee crises

The government’s response to the Syrian refugee crisis has been rightly criticised as an incredibly poor reaction to an increasingly desperate situation, but this may only be a glimpse of…

The Face of An Angel

Inspired by the infamous 2007 murder of English student Meredith Kercher and the conviction of her housemate Amanda Knox, The Face of An Angel attempts to explore why people are…

My Name Is Salt

My Name Is Salt follows a family who have moved their whole lives to Little Rann of Kutch in the state of Gujarat, India, where for eight months every year…