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Film News: Golden Globe 2019 Nominees Announced

From “A Star Is Born” to “The Favourite,” see which films have scooped the most nominations for the 76th Golden Globe Awards. Best Motion Picture – Drama BlacKkKlansman Black Panther Bohemian Rhapsody If Beale Street Could Talk A Star Is Born Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy Crazy Rich Asians The Favourite Green Book […]Read More

Film Review: La La Land

A musical inspired by 50’s classics like Singin’ In the Rain created by Whiplash director Damien Chazelle set in modern day LA and starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone; La La Land has the premise of an instant classic. Having dominated the awards season including winning a record 7 Golden Globes; the buzz surrounding the film was massive and rightfully so. A side […]Read More

Film Review: The Big Short

“If we’re right, people lose homes. People lose jobs. People lose retirement savings, people lose pensions.” – Ben Rickert Developed from the fantastic mind of director Adam McKay (Stepbrothers, Anchorman) and adapted from the pages of author Michael Lewis’s true to life book The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine; The Big Short brings to the silver screen the story […]Read More

Defining Moments: Ryan Gosling

If you ask most teenage girls or in fact women, they will have probably heard of Ryan Gosling. He has become somewhat of an icon in recent years after his role in The Notebook, but it should not be forgotten that this man is actually an exceptional actor, being nominated for an Academy Award for Best […]Read More

My Life In Films: Elliott Jones

I’ve always been a film guy, ever since I was old enough to understand them. I tend to watch films most days, they can differ from great to good to bad and to exceedingly dire, but it doesn’t matter because either way I’m interested. It took me a while to think this list through but the upcoming 5 […]Read More

Filling in ‘Only God Forgives’

Upon its release, Nicolas Wending Refn’s Only God Forgives was met with polarising reviews from critics, many of whom denounced it for focusing on style rather than substance. What they failed to realise is that the substance is there – you just have to read the style in order to understand it properly. Only God Forgives tells its story through imagery […]Read More

Film Review: Lost River

‘Look at my muscles, look at my muscles’, the solitary snippet of dialogue, incessantly chanted from atop a pickup truck by our very own Matt Smith, that the vast majority will have heard from Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River. However, after enduring what can only be described as a phantasmagorical neo-noir love letter to […]Read More