All posts tagged poignant

Step by Step by Simon Reeve

You may have seen globetrotting TV adventurer Simon Reeve on your screens as part of the countless travel documentaries he has filmed for the BBC. But whether or not you […]

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. […]