by Jordan King Lin-Manuel Miranda is a man who writes – and works – like he’s running out of time. This year alone has seen the multi-hyphenate’s Broadway smash In The Heights dazzlingly brought to life on the big screen, with the New Yorker also penning the songbook for and starring in Sony Pictures Animation’s Vivo, providing lyrics for Disney’s upcoming Encanto, and also working … Continue reading tick, tick… BOOM! – Review
Today is the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Yes, yes, I can predict that you are all equally bored with the franchise as much as we were but, let me tell you, Homecoming is going to change all that. Thanks to the brilliant antics of one Mr. Tom Holland and director Tom Watts, we’re reunited with our loveable web-slinging hero who happens to do what a … Continue reading From Spider-Panned to Spider-Man: Our Series Ranking
The best festival of the year is coming back to London. BFI London Festival is the greatest in showcasing homegrown upcoming favourites, massive overseas triumphs, and a shorts programme. We’re so excited for it we could spit. Luckily, it’s just been announced that Andy Serkis’ directorial debut Breathe is going to be the Opening Ceremony. Breathe stars Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy, who come together … Continue reading 61st BFI London Film Festival – Opening Gala Announced!
The title for Hacksaw Ridge gives every impression of a schlocky horror film, and in some respects, it is an accurate descriptor, what with the source material discussing one of the most harrowing and brutal periods of the twentieth century, World War II. Fortunately, the story that is the focus of the film is that of Army Medic Private Desmond Doss, a conscientious objector who … Continue reading Hacksaw Ridge – Brand New Trailer!