Compound these pratfalls and shortcomings with another poorly timed price hike — it’s now over fifteen quid for the top tier membership — instated just as we’re starting to feel the fiscal bite of the cost of living crisis, and suddenly, murmurs of Netflix cancellation are getting louder. What doesn’t help the ‘flix argument is […]Read More Time to cancel Netflix?
Review: really good film, you should watch it.Read More CODA review
Well worth checking out the art and the screenplay, both are excellent.Read More The Art of LUCA
When world renowned climber Alex Lowe was tragically lost in a deadly avalanche, his best friend and climbing partner went on to marry his widow and help raise his three sons. This profoundly intimate film from eldest son Max, captures the family’s intense personal journey toward understanding as they finally lay him to rest. A […]Read More Torn
I watched Last Night In Soho a few days back and was somewhat perplexed by what I saw. It initially felt contrived and unoriginal, but I thought about the film and, strangely for me, watched it again the next day. At this point, and specifically the ending, it all came together and I decided that […]Read More Last Night In Soho
Tom Hanks’ “Greyhound” and Billie Eilish’s documentary were well received, and when Apple debuted the first season of “Ted Lasso,” things started changing for the service. Even though the company still doesn’t share how many subscribers it has – rather, it only gives an idea of its best TV shows. To The Information, a “person […]Read More Do you use Apple TV+?
Sometimes it is hard to boil down the essence of what makes a character indelible. At other times though the depth of a character is clear. From his very first scene in the pilot all the way through to his last scene in the penultimate episode (“Institutional Memory”), Tobias Zachary Ziegler is irascible, uncompromising, and […]Read More Tobias Zachary Ziegler
It is the festive romcom that gets millions of viewers into the Christmas spirit every year. But now Richard Curtis’s star-studded film Love Actually has been attacked in a volley of hate comments from young, woke critics who have lambasted it as creepy, sexist, misogynistic, homophobic and even fat-shaming. They accuse the writers of being […]Read More There is ‘nothing’ wrong with Love Actually
“Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song” is a documentary about the Leonard Cohen song “Hallelujah,” and if that sounds like a lot of movie to devote to one song — well, “Hallelujah” is a lot of song. The way we think of it now, it’s epic and lovely and trancelike: a hymn cast in […]Read More Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen
Share the wonder of the extraordinary place we call home. From exotic jungles to the deepest seas, open your eyes to the connections we all share. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough. I know I sometimes say that you should watch things, but boy is this a must watch. It is just over 4 minutes and […]Read More Birds of Paradise