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June 13, 2019

Whereas his two previous documentaries had one word titles referring to their subjects (Senna and Oscar-winner Amy), director Asif Kapadia decided to use a full name for the title and focus of his new docudrama. Diego Maradona, the most famous and enigmatic of all thre...

December 15, 2018

Federico Fellini once said ‘all art is autobiographical; the pearl is the oyster's autobiography.’ Undoubtedly Alfonso Cuarón’s most personal film, Roma is a retrospective view of his upbringing in a neorealist style reminiscent of the late, great Italian’s work. It is...

October 21, 2018

Nearly 200 years on from one of the bloodiest political events in England, the story of the Peterloo Massacre remains widely unknown. It’s not taught in schools, nor is there much acknowledgement by way of a memorial in Manchester itself.

It was this state of affairs,...

October 21, 2018

The space race is a well-known story and is perhaps one of the defining moments of American history in the 20th Century. Not only did it propel America forward as a nation (in the eyes of many), but it helped launch science-fiction into the mainstream consciousness. S...

July 20, 2018

Our resident film reviewer Dave Howarth, gives his views on the best, and worst, that the world of cinema has given us this year. The films included were all released in the UK between January and June 2018.

Let us start with the worst:

Dave's worst 5:

5. Rampage

June 16, 2018

44 days. It’s not a long to be in a job, is it. Imagine that job being one of the most high profile jobs in England at the time of appointment. The Damned United is the story of the Brian Clough’s short spell as manager of Leeds United Football Club. Clough was sacked...

June 16, 2018

Do you remember when you first saw a dinosaur?” Claire Deering (Bryce Dallas Howard) asks in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. I do. I remember the sense of awe and wonder it invoked in me when I first saw Steven Spielberg’s classic blockbuster. In fact, every time I r...

May 29, 2018

Just like the Star Wars movies before it, I was there at midnight.

The previous midnight screenings of Star Wars movies had seen heaving cinemas filled with cosplayers and excitable fans. Yet, for Solo, a single usher greeted us and the handful of other hopeful fans. Ne...

February 9, 2018

After the success of Disney’s Moana, which embraced Ancient Polynesian culture in every aspect, it was no surprise to see a repeat of this culturally-driven Pixar plot.

With many believing all the fairy tales have been overdone or are unsurprisingly predictable, this ne...

January 31, 2018

It has been a strong start to the year for movies.

Here is Dave Howarth's monthly round up -

The Greatest Showman - Absurdly OTT and really enjoyable, if you like musicals set in the mid-1800s, starring Hugh Jackman. 8/10

Hostiles - Set in the post-Civil War era, Christia...

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