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In Defence of Sofia Coppola

With the upcoming release of ‘Priscilla,’ the topic of Sofia Coppola graces the spotlight once again. Perhaps you are a sceptic, due to Coppola’s romanticisation of age gap relationships in…

Will Time Travel in Films Stand the Test of Time? 

In the past twenty years, most film watchers have inevitably stumbled upon the popular – and arguably controversial – topic of time travel. You either love it or you hate…

In Defence of Catherine Earnshaw (and her similarities to Fleabag)

When I first opened Wuthering Heights, I was given two responses. The first was from my mum, thrilled to see me finally reading the book that she somewhat named me…

Superman Returns

With Henry Cavill set to don the cape once more, is it time to reconsider Zack Snyder’s contribution to the DCEU? While in 2022 there is seemingly a new (if…

In Defence Of: Practical Magic

CW: domestic abuse, violence Every September, as soon as jumper weather arrives and the leaves start changing colour, I welcome in the Autumn by watching Practical Magic. It’s a perfect…

In Defence of: Gentlemen Broncos

Michael Angarano and Mike White in Gentlemen Broncos (2009)

In Defence Of: The King’s Man

Audiences loved Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014), but its sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017), was just a bit too much to be enjoyable. The latest film in the franchise,…

In Defence Of… Dune (1984)

Frank Herbert’s classic Sci-Fi Novel, Dune, has been adapted for the big screen once again. In light of the praise that Denis Villeneuve’s film has received, it is perhaps worth…