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"Hidden Figures"- The story of three women changing the course of history

We are currently going through a period of social change, with many powerful movements making headlines. In the forefront is equal opportunities for women. The recent result of the U.S Presidential election saw tens of thousands of women marching for their rights in Washington and across major cities around the world, creating an explosion of feminist power. 538 more words


"People love what other people are passionate about," My Review of La La Land

My not-so-inner theatre nerd is always excited when a new movie musical is announced. I almost shit my pants the first time I saw the… 608 more words


"Manchester By The Sea"- Doesn't see Affleck out of his depth

Creating plenty of awards buzz is the critically acclaimed “Manchester By The Sea”. Starring Casey Affleck, directed by Kenneth Lonergran and produced by John Krasinski and Matt Damon (originally penned to play the lead). 422 more words



Release Date: November 25, 2016

Do you ever watch a movie that changes your view on the world? This is one.

Lion follows the story of Saroo, an adorable 5 year old boy (played by Sunny Pawar), who while waiting for his brother to return boards a train and falls asleep. 752 more words


La La L.A.

At first I was super confused; I thought La La Land was an old Hollywood throwback. The kind of throwback with Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire where someone says, “Well gee, Johnny, it’s getting awful late…” But in… 867 more words

Movie Review

‘Fences’ a disturbing, honest family drama

Steven James

Fences is a disturbing movie about a dysfunctional family that, in some ways, probably acts a lot like your family. You cringe while these characters argue and feel thrilled when they resolve their issues. 838 more words



La La Land (Damien Chazelle, 2016)

Writer/director Damien Chazelle first came to our attention with Whiplash in 2014. That film, about a jazz student’s sacrifices in the pursuit of success, was my favourite film of the last five, if not ten, years. 654 more words