All posts tagged Film

5 Years of Gone Girl

If you are a fellow university student reading this, you most likely have been born anytime between 1997 and 2001 (if you are an average undergraduate student), meaning you were […]

TIFF Film Thoughts: Part II

Now for three films that will probably get some Oscar buzz. Joker: Whilst I still need time to digest whether I loved this movie or thought it was just okay, […]

How Harvey Weinstein Exploited Women’s Dreams

Blue skies, streets lined with palm trees, a man jogging, and melancholy music marked the start of the new BBC documentary, Untouchable: The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein. It […]

Film Review: Dark Phoenix – X-men series goes up in flames

The X-Men franchise has gone on for almost 20 years, but given how Disney has now acquired Fox, it’s reaching its end. The last main entry and ending to the […]

Exclusive interview with director of Free Men – A Documentary about the injustice of capital punishment

The documentary, Free Men, follows the tragic story of Kenneth Reams, a man unjustly imprisoned and put on death row due to racial discrimination in the justice system. Kenneth has […]

Exclusive Review of Aladdin (2019)

It’s been 27 years since Aladdin captured the heart of many; the story of a poor boy trying to win the heart of Jasmine, Princess of Agrabah, with help from […]

LGBTQ+ Bollywood Film Review: Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga

Since India decriminalized homosexuality last September, it left many in anticipation of what Bollywood rom-coms would now look like. Shelly Chopra Dhar’s Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga was […]

Exclusive Review of Booksmart

Man, there have been a lot of teen flicks recently haven’t there? Not that I’m complaining, as it’s a genre of film that I’ve grown very fond of. But what […]

Exclusive Review: Rocketman – Taron Egerton soars as Elton

The musical biopic has been one of the most noticeably formulaic genres of film, so much so that many of them have still been the same even after Walk Hard: […]