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Doctor Who has got its mojo back. After a disappointing first series as showrunner, Chris Chibnall has returned in spectacular fashion with Series 12,...

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Celine Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire was one of the front runners for the Palme D’or at Cannes Film Festival and won...

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The Call of the Wild, which plays like those sofa-warming, cheesy 1970s Disney films such as Grizzly Adams and Wilderness Family, is a sweet...

Review: #cats_the_mewvie

#cats_the_mewvie is a Netflix documentary examining why cat posts, memes, and videos are so popular and prevalent online. After 2018’s thoroughly enjoyable Catwalk (another...

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Note to self: don’t choose to watch a cute teenage rom-com alone on Valentine’s Day. It won’t make you feel any better, especially not...

Review: Dolittle

Beginning 2020 by watching live-action Dolittle, directed by Stephen Gaghan, is a pleasant way to begin any film buffs' year. Robert Downey Jr. as...

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This year’s awards season has once again been plagued with controversy from the start. Despite the clear on-the-night diversity endeavour (the performance of Frozen...

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When BoJack Horseman first hit Netflix back in 2014, people weren’t sure what to make of it. The show blended vibrant animation and silly...

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Having retired from Starfleet, Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) is drawn into another mystery by the appearance of Dahj (Isa Briones) who arrives at his...

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