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The Art of The Boy and the Heron

This article contains plots and details of the film. The Boy and the Heron, the latest work from 82-year-old Hayao Miyazaki, is unique in its adaptation tactic and worldview building.…

The Snubbing of Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie

With the release of Oscar nominations there is always controversy, however this year saw an unprecedented wave of backlash. Many online were up in arms over Margot Robbie and Greta…

Grief as a Refusal: An Exploration of Andrew Haigh’s All of us Strangers

‘It hasn’t been nearly long enough.’ ‘It never could be, could it?’ In her 1969 book ‘On Death and Dying’, Dr Elisabeth Kübler-Ross proposed a conception of grief into five…

Poor Things: Book to Film Comparison

Poor Things (2023, dir. Yorgos Lanthimos) has been taking the world by storm, but many are unaware it is an adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s 1992 novel of the same name…

Review: Time Still Turns the Pages

Content Warning: self-harm, child abuse Time Still Turns the Pages, which won the Audience Choice Award and the Best New Director for Nick Cheuk at the 60th Golden Horse Awards,…

The Long Journey for Foreign Language Films

Nowadays, thanks to globalisation and the development of streaming services, foreign pop culture is occupying the world. In terms of music and TV, K-pop and Squid Game have taken the…

Review: Poor Things

One thing many people have questioned when thinking about the recent movie Poor Things is whether it can be considered a feminist film. Starting with facts, the film is directed…

New Year, New You: Bridget Jones and the Rise of the ‘Frazzled English Woman’ 

For me, there’s nothing to kick the year off like a rewatch of Bridget Jones’s Diary, a comfort classic and guilty pleasure that perfectly encapsulates the resurgence of the ‘Frazzled…