Johnny Flynn

Film Review: Emma. is further proof that a fresh coat of paint can reinvigorate even the most familiar of structures

February 13, 2020

Similar to how Greta Gerwig‘s Little Women proved that we did indeed need another adaptation of Louisa May Alcott‘s classic novel, Autumn de Wilde‘s Emma. (yes the period in the title is deliberate) is further proof that a fresh coat of paint can reinvigorate even the most familiar of structures. Arriving some 25-years after both […]

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Re-Discovery: 40 of the best songs from the last decade you need back in your life

December 20, 2019

We’re excited to introduce a new Spotify playlist, designed to take you down memory lane, looking at a selection of songs that you might have forgotten about, or missed when they were first released. Our first Re-Discovery playlist looks at the last decade, taking you through some of the best music between 2010 and 2019. […]

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Film Review: Beast (UK, 2017) is a ferocious character study with an outstanding performance from Jessie Buckley

September 12, 2018

According to a book by renowned author Christopher Booker, there are seven different plots in stories, which are: Overcoming the Monster Rags to Riches The Quest Voyage and Return Rebirth Comedy Tragedy And since we have so many stories that essentially are encapsulated in one of these plots, what would make a story stand out […]

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Music Video of the Day: Johnny Flynn “Raising the Dead” (2017)

January 31, 2017

British songwriter Johnny Flynn has dropped his new film clip for “Raising the Dead”, the first from his forthcoming album Sillion. Directed by Simon Ryninks, the video is the first in a series of visual accompaniments for the record, which is coming out in March. An intriguing insight into Flynn’s new music and how this album has continued […]

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DVD Review: Song One (M, USA, 2014)

May 27, 2015

Sometimes films transform you, sometimes they inspire you, and sometimes they do neither. Song One is one of those films that don’t really do either but remains a very pleasant story to watch. Directed by Kate Barker-Froyland, the film stars Anne Hathaway as Franny Ellis, an anthropology student studying in Morocco when she is called […]

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