Tag: Emma Watson

Film

Hollywood’s ageless sex

It is fair to say that at some point in their lives, 99 percent of people will struggle with their perception of themselves and their bodies, particularly during a time when it is changing, such as adolescence. Our media is obsessed with looks, there are constant lists being created with titles like ‘Hollywood’s Best Bums’…

Film, OldVenue

Review: Regression

Regression has the potential to be an alarming thriller that deals with the heavy topic of both implanted memories and the satanic ritual hysteria that swept the US 30 years ago. The film starts with Detective Bruce Kenner (Ethan Hawke) investigating a sexual abuse case in small town Minnesota that spirals into Satanic ritual abuse….

Features

The good, the bad and the ugly

And here ends another year – 2014 you’ve been thoroughly satisfactory. Whether you’ve had a good, bad or ugly year yourself (spending time in the LCR has definitely contributed to the ugly), it’s a chance to look back at a year of popular culture, politics and news, and reflect on what 2014 has kindly, or…

Film, OldVenue

Feminism in Film: Emma Watson, Famous Feminist

“Who is this Harry Potter girl and what is she doing speaking at the UN?” Emma Watson spoke these words when launching the ‘HeforShe’ gender equality campaign during a conference in New York, aware that the question was in the mind of many viewers. Yet Watson’s filmography displays an emerging ability to explore and question…

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