• Film Review: Little Italy

    Written by Steve Galluccio and Vinay Virmani, Romantic Comedy Little Italy is set to be a delightful new comedy topped with sizzling romance, family feuds, and delicious pizza. Starring Emma Roberts as the female lead Nikki Angiolo and Hayden Christensen as the male lead Leo Campo, who fall in...
  • Film Review: How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World

    I am going to say it. How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World is the most cinematic and most genuinely heartfelt film of 2019, and their dragons are way better than anything on Game of Thrones. “Perfect performances, mind-blowing animation, and a narrative that tugs at your heartstrings”...
  • Film Review: Velvet Buzzsaw

    Velvet Buzzsaw is Dan Gilroy’s second film, 5 years after his refreshingly unique neo-noir film Nightcrawler. While Nightcrawler was so ground-breaking in injecting new themes into the often cliché-laden genre of neo-noir, Velvet Buzzsaw is far less perceptive and engaging in what it tries to say about the art...
  • Film Review: A Star Is Born

    Watching the trailer for Cooper’s A Star Is Born left me feeling underwhelmed; it looked like another cringey rom-com which I usually cannot stand. However, after some persuasion and cinema tickets at the Savoy Cinema only costing £4.85, I went to see it and I was left in shock...
  • Film Review: Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

    Magical action is stepped up a gear in the second installment of the Fantastic Beasts film series. We left the Wizarding World in 2016, with Grindelwald safely detained and order restored to the streets of New York. Apparently not content with destroying only one city, 2018’s installment sees Grindelwald...
  • Film Review: The Christmas Chronicles

    Like it or not, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. In the past, we have seen a range of Santas grace our screens at this time of year, from Richard Attenborough to Tim Allen, but now it is time for Kurt Russell to take the reins in...
  • Film Review: Love, Rosie

    Sometimes life doesn’t go exactly the way you may have planned, and this is something that Love, Rosie explores with great depth and heart. Based on the novel Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern, this charming Rom-com is a mesh of tears, moments that can’t help but prompt a smile...