For the August edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I eulogize about School of Rock and explore the reasons why it resonates so strongly with me and many others 18 years after its release.
In this month’s edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I highlight four films revolved around music which range from narrative features to documentaries.
This latest entry in my monthly series highlights three features which illuminate multiple LGBT issues in a striking and moving fashion.
I reflect upon hardly being able to attend a cinema over the past year and give my thoughts on my first visit since last September.
In this edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I spotlight five westerns I caught up to throughout May.
In this latest edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I highlight five films starring or directed by a few of the people nominated at the latest Academy Awards.
Writer and creator Russell T Davies neither downplays the topic of the HIV/AIDS crisis nor indulges in excessive sentimentality, and ends up creating a show that is simultaneously thoroughly entertaining and extremely moving.
The level of acclaim a piece of art receives can often prepare first-time viewers for disappointment, but David Simon’s HBO crime drama is a rare occasion when word-of-mouth cannot convey the scale of its achievements.