Django Unchained- The Review

Cinema is rarely this much fun. Films can be funny, shocking, tragic and exciting at times, but rarely are they honestly described as simple and undeniable fun. Quentin Tarantino returns to the director's seat, in a much hyped and anticipated homage to spaghetti Westerns: Django Unchained. Set in 1858, Django Unchained tells the story of Django, a slave played by Jamie … Continue reading Django Unchained- The Review


Les Misérables: The Review

Hugely anticipated, adapted from the world-famous stage production, Les Misérables carries a huge amount of pressure on its shoulders, with director Tom Hooper having to use all of his cinematic talent (which he used to full effect in the brilliant The King's Speech) to make it worth the wait. Set in 19th-century France, after the French Revolution, it follows … Continue reading Les Misérables: The Review

One Night to Rule Them All: A Lord of the Rings Marathon

6:00pm- Alex arrives. Spirits are high as the night is off to a good start. Lazing about is commenced while waiting for fellow members to arrive.6:30pm- A huge blow is struck to the night's plans as Liam pulls out last minute. Evan also displays doubt at seeing the whole night out. Jack's well-rehearsed plans are … Continue reading One Night to Rule Them All: A Lord of the Rings Marathon