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Theatre Review - The Antipodes by Annie Baker (Off-Broadway, New York)

I was very much looking forward to seeing Annie Baker’s latest play off-Broadway during my recent New York trip for two reasons. One being that due to life getting in the way, I’d missed the London runs of two of her previous plays and the other being the fact that one of my favourite actors, Josh Charles, was a member of the cast! 878 more words


Review: The Drowning, 2017, dir. Bette Gordon

Guys! I’m back! I made it home! I survived vacation! (TL;DR version of my vacation: We went to Vienna, Prague, Aberystwyth, and London, and now we’re all horribly jet lagged.) That means I have a whole lot of  125 more words


Review: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 3 Episode 7 "Kimmy Learns about the Weather!"

This episode is peculiar in the sense that both Kimmy and Titus’ storylines begin randomly and progress in a cute and humorous, but ultimately meaningless manner. 88 more words


Review: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 3 Episode 6 "Kimmy Is a Feminist!"

The episode’s potent commentary upon feminism and its need to justify everything to secure means of gratification is a well discussed critical perspective, yet one that becomes lost as Kimmy’s storyline is overshadowed. 94 more words



A Jewish farce brimming with humanity is full of lessons and life. What else can be said about Joseph Cedar’s “Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Downfall of a New York Fixer” could fill a Saul Bellow novel.  611 more words

Film Review: 'The Drowning'

There is a certain shot that’s so emblematic of a type of twisty, dark-secrets-of-the-past thriller that it could be used as the header image for the genre’s section on Netflix. 684 more words


NORMAN (2017)

 Greetings again from the darkness. With the subtitle, ‘The Moderate Rise and Rapid Fall of a New York Fixer’, writer/director Joseph Cedar removes one layer of the mystery that otherwise envelops the lead character Norman Oppenheimer. 415 more words