European Tuesday – Haevnen

Turn on your subtitles for European Tuesday  The UK is an island far away from the European Union and more than half of the British voters would choose to leave the EU, if given the chance to take a part in a referendum. What we also know is that the British are too lazy to … Continue reading

Retrospective – The Apartment

The Apartment

The 85th Academy Awards will be on next Sunday. Fifty-three years ago, at the 33rd Oscars ceremony, The Apartment was the last black and white film to win Best Picture – along with another four Oscars. Today, looking back on the classic film, it’s easy to see why it was such a hit and why … Continue reading

European Tuesday – Les Intouchables

Turn on your subtitles for European Tuesday  The UK is an island far away from the European Union and more than half of the British voters would choose to leave the EU, if given the chance to take a part in a referendum. What we also know is that the British are too lazy to … Continue reading

Lincoln review

Lincoln is Spielberg’s 31st directed film and probably one of his most challenging. Centred on Abraham Lincoln’s final few months alive, the film focuses on the political battle to end the civil war and the abolishment of slavery, through passing the 13th amendment. Lincoln is a political drama, and as with any subject on politics it is … Continue reading