Despite its often enjoyable and touching moments, After Class is a film that struggles with what it wants to be. A family drama, a think piece about cancel culture or a character study? Instead it’s a bit of all three, yet only properly succeeds in about one (and a half, at a push) of these areas.
The Netflix produced musical has all the ingredients needed for a great Christmas adventure; there’s an honest person with a good heart in a bad situation, a chance for them to overcome their obstacles, an orchestra full of strings and woodwinds, a dash of a moral message, and of course, a glimpse of snow.
Two hours are enough to sum up what we have done to our planet in the last seventy years and who better than the English broadcaster David Attenborough to be the voice of this heartbreaking journey on how humans destroyed Earth.
South African director Richard Stanley returns to cinema screens 28 years after his last film, Dust Devil was released. This time, he’s armed with a barrel of neon bloated skylines, a herd of naughty alpacas, […]
Director Robert Eggers has made a name for himself as one of the new faces of contemporary horror, along with Midsommar and Hereditary director Ari Aster. Eggers returns to cinema screens with The Lighthouse, a […]
Greta Gerwig’s 2017 solo directorial debut, Lady Bird, is highly relatable to the youth of today－a disobedient young girl’s memoir full of self-discovery, warmth and poignancy of parenthood, friendship and romance. The protagonist, Christine…oh no! […]
The Shining is arguably one of the greatest horror movies of all time, directed by one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, Stanley Kubrick. The book’s author, one of America’s greatest novelists, Stephen King, […]