All posts tagged poignant

Book review: ‘The Mosul Legacy’ by Christopher Lowery

“The topicality of this novel is what makes it so poignant to read.” Mosul, Iraq, 2016 – once the defining moment of ISIL’s rise to power, but quickly becoming a […]

The Disaster Artist Review – Oh, Hai CUB Reader! James Franco’s Dramatization of the Making of Cult Classic ‘The Room’ Will Tear You Apart with Laughter

It’s practically a rite of passage for anyone to see the enigmatic Tommy Wiseau’s infamously ill-received indie project, The Room. What’s been dubbed as the ‘Citizen Kane of Bad Movies’ […]

Logan Review – A Film That Sinks Its Claws Into You and Doesn’t Let Go

In 1999, Bryan Singer made a decision that didn’t settle well with fans: he cast an unknown, one Hugh Jackman, as the Wolverine a.k.a Logan in his adaptation of X-Men. […]