Awards Season 2019: The ultimate guide to the BAFTAs and the Oscars

It’s that time of year again. Awards season is in full swing and with the BAFTAs and the Oscars both taking place this month it can be difficult to keep up with all the ‘awards movies’ in contention.

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The Favourite review – Olivia Colman shines in Oscar-tipped tragicomedy

The Favourite is original, ballsy and unfaltering in its ferocity as well as its fragility. Its performances are something to behold and will stay with you long after the credits roll.

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Robin Hood review – latest retelling of folk legend misses the target

You get the feeling whilst watching the latest incarnation of the hooded outlaw that this film could and should have been so much better.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald review – more wizards than you can shake a wand at

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindlewald sees the return of Hogwarts and indeed Albus Dumbledore and in doing so stumbles on some very well-trodden ground.

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Widows review – the film 2018 has been waiting for

Widows opens with a heist gone wrong turning three unsuspecting wives into widows in one fell swoop.

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Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga shine in the newest version of ‘A Star Is Born’

A remake of a remake of an original film is never a good sign. A remake of a remake of an original film being led by Rocket Racoon and the 00’s favourite meat-dress-toting singer should be further warning signs. But boy am I glad to say that you should ignore those warning signs. I urge…

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Five Good Films every student needs to watch

Going to University can be a daunting experience. For most of us, it is a giant leap into the unknown. New friends, new experiences and ultimately a new way of living. Gone are the familiarities you relied upon at home, all of a sudden you have the freedom to choose how you approach your day…

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