The Favourite‘s descent into Hell is a thoroughly fun ride

Awards Season 2019 has begun in earnest, and Yorgos Lanthimos’ 18th Century tragicomedy is getting some major traction. But does it deserve the hype and plaudits?

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2018 in Review: October to December, or, The Story of Freddie, Stan, and Aquaman

The last of these summaries of the past 12 months concludes with the winter months: including critic-proof films, sad losses and a brief sojourn into the world of TV…

For the previous articles in this short run, you can check them out here, here and here.

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Mary Poppins Returns is the film that 2018 sorely needed

After a year of doom and gloom, we’ve another jolly holiday with Mary. But is this sequel practically perfect, or will Disney be laughing all the way to the (Fidelity Fiduciary) bank?

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2018 in Review: July to September, or Nun, Gunn, and Oscars fun

The wilderness months of 2018 had a few moments of madness and it all got a bit messy at times, but at least we can look back on it all and laugh, right? Right?

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