• Chris Pratt – Is The Hate Justifiable?

    Santhana Kanapathippillai Chris Pratt is hugely famous for playing fun loving, friendly and hilarious characters on the big screen. Whether that be cuddly and innocent Andy Dwyer in Parks and Recreation, or everything is awesome Emmett in the Lego Movie, Pratt’s own personality became intertwined with the nice guys...
  • TV Review: Russian Doll

    Along with newest releases Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened and Sex Education, Russian Doll is another of the Netflix originals that has graced our screens this year.   “Lyonne’s dark humour forms the characterisation of the protagonist” The show stars Natasha Lyonne (Orange is the New Black, American...
  • 2016: Hot Or Not – The Founder

    For many of us, 2015 left a Parks and Recreation shaped hole in our hearts. Right next to it was an even bigger Nick Offerman shaped void. But fear no more, for the great Offerman shall be returning to the big screen in The Founder. Following on from his previous...
  • Watch This If…You’re Feeling Old

    There appears to be a fascination with looking back at nostalgic 90’s and 00’s memorabilia and references ranging from Gameboys to Arthur on CBBC. Even as youthful university students we often reminisce about our childhood and early teenage years when we would go and play in the park, woods...
  • TV Review – Parks and Recreation, Season 7

    Leslie Knope will no longer be gracing our screens with valuable knowledge regarding the state of Indiana’s Parks and Recreation policies. Season 7 was rushed out by NBC by showing two episodes a week, consequently halving the weeks the show was on air. Many saw this as an insult yet the...