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Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Twelve years since his impressive indie noir debut, Brick, Rian Johnson is now the man in the chair behind the second entry in the new Star Wars trilogy. Star Wars: The Last Jedi follows on almost immediately from where J.J.Abram’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens left us two years ago. The highly anticipated second instalment reintroduces us to the ongoing … Continue reading

The Disaster Artist.

Since its release in 2003, Tommy Wiseau’s The Room has gained cult status, becoming a regular favourite among late night audience there to bathe in the absurdity of the whole affair. The stilted awkward delivery of a baffling script combined with the eccentricities of Wiseau’s central character, and a sprawling narrative that drifts from one incomplete story to … Continue reading

Gaga: Five Foot Two.

I’ve been a longstanding Gaga fanatic since Fame Monster landed back in 2009, finding myself captivated by her angsty ballads such as Brown Eyes and Speechless. It was an album that defined my last long summer of freedom before heading off to university. When Born This Way arrived two years later I was once again won over by the mainstream singles, meanwhile falling … Continue reading

Good Time.

The Safdie brothers shook me to my core in 2015 with their intoxicating character study, Heaven Knows What. Now they return with an equally raw and intense tale of delinquency on the fringes of society in downtrodden New York. Last time, their star was directly from the streets they were portraying, this time Robert Pattinson takes … Continue reading