PODCAST: LGBT representation within Disney

Did you know that Ursula’s appearance from The Little Mermaid was inspired after a drag queen? Or have you ever thought that Li Shang from Mulan was pansexual? LGBT representation has been growing throughout Disney over the past few years, with the

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REVIEW: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

5 out of 5
Rating: 5

Based on Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows’ 2008 historical novel The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, the film depicts the horrific nature of World War II. Set in 1946, when England is beginning to rebuild itself, director Mike Newell

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REVIEW: Veronica

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

Ayak Bullen reviews Netflix’s latest horror offering, Veronica.

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How Sex and the City stays relevant 20 years on

The names alone – Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda – are enough to conjure a million Manhattan memories.

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Annihilation: a Netflix movie for the big screen?

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

A stylistic sci fi adventure starring Natalie Portman and Oscar Issac? No, this isn’t a Star Wars spin off, this is the stunningly shot and directed, but extremely divisive, Annihilation.

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Tomb Raider review: Lara Croft takes charge again

Welcome to the new age of cinema, where women are no longer the pushovers or damsels in distress of yesteryear.

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REVIEW: Pacific Rim Uprising – Humans vs. Precursors

3.5 out of 5
Rating: 3.5

The beginning of Pacific Rim Uprising takes you ten years beyond the Jaeger-Kaiju wars.

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Sweet Country review: an Australian masterpiece

A pot of boiling water, some tea presumably, sits in a ditch of hot red sand.

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Academy Awards 2018: A wide-open race for Oscar glory

Sex scandals, sea creatures, snubs, sad farewells: the script for the 90th Oscars is as compelling as the films it celebrates.

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It’s showtime, ladies: Oscars 2018

Next week’s Academy Awards will celebrate 90 years of cinematic excellence

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