Tag: Cinema

Film

Post Lockdown Cinema

I am very fond of films. They are my favourite things in the world. I once watched 509 films in one year. I own an Odeon limitless card and for a long period, I had seen every single film that came out. This is my way of showing I care about cinema. And cinemas. The…

Film, Venue

Joker: An incredible, visceral performance

‘Joker’ marks a new age for DC and Warner Bros. Once seen as marvel’s lacklustre competition, DC now welcomes projects completely separate to their cinematic universe. Telling the origin of perhaps one of the most famous villains in history, ‘Joker’ presents the story of Arthur Fleck and his downfall, leading to him becoming Batman’s ultimate…

Film, Venue

Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is the next cult classic. Let’s start with Quentin Tarantino. When anyone utters his name I reckon many of us think of the same thing. Violence. Extreme, graphic and bloody. It’s only after a few of the more famous deaths in Tarantino’s films pass through my mind that I…

TV, Venue

Review: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Series 6

Seeing a much-loved TV show saved from cancellation at the last moment would normally be considered a miracle. However, in the case of this Marvel Cinematic Universe spin-off, the unexpected continuation was a cause for concern. When the prior series was wrapped up in such a well-crafted and conclusive manner, it became difficult to picture…

Travel

London: where do I start?

If you aren’t local, the idea of visiting London can be daunting; there’s so much to see and do, it is difficult to know where to start. Obviously, people with different interests will want to explore different things, but there are a few sights, activities, and places that I would recommend to anyone planning a…

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