The Super Bowl has to be one of the biggest annual sporting events in the world, millions and millions, if not billions watch the culmination of a four-month NFL season, as the league puts on an unrivalled show for the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy. But what if the only American Football, as it’s commonly known … More A Newbie’s Guide to Super Bowl LI
M Knight Shyamalan is something of an enigma when it comes to filmmaking. Having become Hollywood’s go to guy for shocking twist endings with ‘The Sixth Sense’ and tense thrillers, see 2000’s ‘Unbreakable’, he began to lose his way rather fast with a series of absolute flops, critically and commercially. However, redemption is never too … More McAvoy and Shyamalan deliver a tense thriller full of twists and turns with Split
It was with trepidation I entered the cinema to see one of the most talked about films of early 2017: the love letter to Hollywood, ‘La La Land’. I was not disappointed…at least I think I wasn’t. There were parts that were perfect, the score boomed and the musical elements of the film, not something I’m … More The film everyone’s talking about; does La La Land deliver on the hype?
Mel Gibson is a divisive figure of rampant controversy among Hollywood royalty. He may have been excluded from the silver screen as an actor, for comments which won’t be brought up in this review, but he can still make a fine film, and ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ is no exception. In fact, for a man who made … More Mel Gibson makes movie magic in harrowing WW2 true story drama Hacksaw Ridge
A month is a long time in professional football, eighteen of them is even longer. When Steve McClaren was re-appointed Derby County manager just one month ago, the fanbase was split. Some said his acrimonious sacking in May 2015 as the Rams capitulated at the end of the 2014/15 season was just desserts as his pursuit … More One Month with McClaren; can the Rams turn their season around?
Finishing off the international calendar for the year were a series of tasty looking games for our Home Nations. It was the first competitive fixture of the century for the oldest rivalry in world football, England v Scotland at Wembley Stadium. In Belfast, Northern Ireland’s focus was on doing a respectable job against Azerbaijan, while … More World Cup Qualifiers Matchday #4: The oldest rivalry in the world continues…
First came the passings of Messrs Bowie and Prince in the infancy of this year to end all years. Then the UK’s own political reboot occurred with the Brexit episode in the summer, repercussions of which are still unfelt and unfolding in achingly slow fashion. Now this… An electoral candidate whose campaign relied upon hatred … More President Trump; 2016’s sickest joke yet?