‘Her’, in quite simple terms, is stunning. Visually, it is near perfect. The whole film has a sepia, Instagram-like colour which acts as a successful visual filter throughout. Spike Jonze’s film explores the emotionally inept Theodore (Joaquin Phoenix) and his journey through love and intimacy with his OS (Operating System), […]

Described by some as a ‘’dark comedy’’ because of its dubious morals, The Wolf of Wallstreet was released on Christmas Day, 2013. Directed by Martin Scorsese, and starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Jorden Belfort; a real-life New York stockbroker from the 90s whose memoirs provide the basis of the film’s plot. […]

When a film starring the glorious Dame Judy Dench and the comedic Steve Coogan reaches the big screen, you could be excused for wondering how it could ever find its feet in the canon of political cinema, but it does. Directed by critically acclaimed Stephen Frears (The Queen, 2006 and […]

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