The new type of consumer – the love child of the Couch Potato and the Channel Surfer – has been raised on streaming devices.
It may ride out a well-known principle, but that does not change the fact that David O. Russel’s new film is immensely entertaining.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman didn’t have it all, in the end. How do we find happiness, then, if not by fulfilling every one of our material desires?
Only watch Dallas Buyers Club if you want to be infuriated, or desperately want to feel as though you’re back the early nineties.
No Country for Old Men and Wall Street among films with most realistic depictions of psychopathy.
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I am an unemployed twenty-two year-old cultural studies graduate who cannot afford a film ticket. I watched Ship of Theseus late into its third…