Pick Six: Great Musicals

Pick Six: Great Musicals

In all honesty, musicals are the cheesiest form of film but they are also one of the most creative forms and quite a few of…

“Aladdin” (Robin Williams Tribute)

“Aladdin” (Robin Williams Tribute)

Disney tends to pride itself on the humour of the films and the fact that there is plenty of it for audiences of all ages….

A Look at the Post Modern: “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006)

A Look at the Post Modern: “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006)

In Pan’s Labyrinth, it’s 1944, at the end of the Spanish civil war. A young girl by the name of Ofelia is taken away from…

A Look At The Postmodern: The Girl Who Leapt Though Time

A Look At The Postmodern: The Girl Who Leapt Though Time

Makoto Konno is a typical teenage schoolgirl who happens to be having the worst day of her life; a day that we see more than…

Pick Six: Awesome British Actresses

Pick Six: Awesome British Actresses

The film world is quite heavily made up of different cultures, actors and directors and overall it is America, Japan and India that produce the…

“The Book Thief” (2013): Burnin’ Books (Review)

“The Book Thief” (2013): Burnin’ Books (Review)

The Book Thief, based on the novel by Markus Zusak, is a compelling and heart-warming story about a young girl named Liesel Meminger who manages…

“Endless Love” (2014):  Imperfect Affection (Review)

“Endless Love” (2014): Imperfect Affection (Review)

Endless Love’s 2014 remake is a better film, in many respects, than its 1981 original. Mainly, the remake has a much clearer and a much…

Film Review: The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug

Director Peter Jackson returns this year with another cinematic offering; the second instalment of Tolkien’s highly acclaimed novel. The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug is a…

A Look At The Postmodern: West Side Story

This is the story of Romeo and Juliet retold in 1950s Manhattan. When the two West Side gangs, the Jets and the Sharks, fight and…

A Look At The Postmodern: Alice In Wonderland (2010)

Tim Burton is an auteur/director who specialises in outrageous, unique and, in a word, crazy films; in the world of art he could be considered…