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Planet of the Humans is a well meant but inaccurate mess

Planet of the Humans is a well meant but inaccurate mess

Planet of the Humans argues that our current capitalist system cannot co-exist with truly sustainable living. It’s a messy, questionable work, one that uses flimsy sources for information and promotes outdated myths, but there are threads of truth throughout that open up the conversation of green energy. Michael Moore’s...

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Sonic The Hedgehog film – Review

Sonic The Hedgehog film – Review

SEGAs iconic video game mascot hits the big screen after facing delays and redesigns last year. Thankfully, it’s not the train wreck many were expecting. It’s finally here. This time last year Paramount dropped its first trailers for what would soon become the infamous, nightmare inducing first Sonic design, which combined realistic animal proportions with cartoonish colours. It was terrifying, to say the very least. It seems that top Paramount executives agreed...

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You Season 2 – Review

You Season 2 – Review

The new installment of Netflix’s dark melodrama You dropped last week, and it’s the perfect gloomy antidote to all that holiday cheer. Warning: spoilers ahead. Amidst the concluding festivities of 2019, Netflix has gifted us with another hit of its highly addictive series, You. The violent thriller – which proved an instant success following its 2018 debut – has upped the ante this time around, bringing a new wave of darkness to our screens. An...

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Sex Education Season 2 – Review

Sex Education Season 2 – Review

Personally I’m in complete support of a roast chicken at a house party. If the point of Sex Education season one was the importance of communication for young people muddling their way through the fog of puberty and sex, then season two is about how to transcend the physical and foster genuine connection. This time around the show tackles a similar oeuvre of calamities - generally sex related, whilst dabbling in faith, addiction,...

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The Rise of Skywalker – Review

The Rise of Skywalker – Review

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, people would get excited for a new Star Wars film. Jump cut to present day - Rey, Finn and Poe are back for one final adventure. The stakes have never been higher, and our expectations have never been lower. The film ends, credits role, and I can’t help but think to myself… please let this be the ACTUAL end. The Rise...

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