A Dog’s Purpose

by Jonathan Hunwick

Most movies about dogs finish with the dog dying at the end: it’s a very sad affair and you cry. This movie? This movie does it four times over. Released January 27th, Lasse Haelström’s A Dog’s Purpose is a two-hour film starring Josh Gad as his soul lives the lives of five different dog breeds […]

The Nice Guys

by Jess Boswell

Being Nice Only Gets You So Far The year is 1977. Los Angeles is home to private investigator Holland March, who is recruited to track down a girl deemed to be associated with a famous, recently deceased porn star. His investigations lead him to encounter the somewhat unconventional enforcer Jackson Healy, who also happens to […]

Florence Foster Jenkins

by Jess Boswell

Florence Takes Centre Stage in a Shining Performance Embodying the True Spirit of Music Not shy from life on the stage, Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) becomes inspired to pursue the desire of urging her performances further through the exhilaration of opera singing. Always graced with a passion for music and along with her devoted husband […]

The Big Short

by Asif Deepro

Remember your elementary history or math teacher, who used to try very hard to wrap up the lessons in such a way that you didn’t find out you were in imminent danger of learning things? The Big Short is actually the same thing, the only difference being your teacher most probably used to fail at […]

What We Do in the Shadows

by Vittorio Bollo

Do you know why I love movies? I mean really, really love movies? I love movies because every once in a while, literally out of nowhere, a gem comes along that is so unexpected and so good that it makes up for all the disappointing, overrated, flabby or downright bad movies that one has had […]

Orange Is The New Black

by Maria Gallagher

Orange Is The New Black is the prison drama produced by Netflix which is widely spoken of. Spanning over three series so far, discussion of raunchy lesbian sexual activities and prison violence are probably the first things you will hear about it. However, the television series promotes less shallow and more profound themes throughout. Piper […]


by Maria Gallagher

Blended (2014) is a light- hearted romantic comedy directed by Frank Coraci and starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. You may be thinking that you’ve seen a film similar to this before. You are probably thinking of The Wedding Singer (1998) and 50 First Dates (2004)… Well I can assure you this film is completely […]