A few reflections on adolescence - written whilst I was supposed to be revising, of course.
In light of the horrific news of the death of Zack Snyder's daughter, I wanted to write about the state of modern film criticism. Specifically, the state of criticism against Zack Snyder and his work.
A few musings on Labour's little manifesto leak.
"A new dawn has broken, has it not?" asked Tony Blair, on the morning of Labour's landslide election victory. Well - did it?
Theresa May stunned the world this morning by announcing a snap general election, to be held on June 8th. So. What the fuck do we do now?
Only elite John Keats fans will get this title.
Ian McKellen plays an aged, retired Sherlock Holmes, reflecting on his decades-old final case whilst battling dementia. What could be better?
The deal-maker couldn't make the deal.
Some pretty pictures (including the one above).
Earlier I watched Kong: Skull Island - a movie I've been very excited for for a long time. Was it as good as I had hoped? Yes and no. What on Earth could that mean? I guess you'll just have to read my review. Darn.