TV shows

Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7

In our current state of lockdown boredom, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is the possibly one of the best shows to watch at the moment with the humour, drama and well-developed characters that will get you hooked from the very start. And it just so happens that we have been blessed with a new season. Last time we visited the… Continue reading Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine Season 7

TV shows

Review: Seven Worlds, One Planet

Sir David Attenborough strikes again. And he has successfully got me crying into my tissues. Seven Worlds, One Planet sees David Attenborough’s return to BBC One with the series focusing on a different continent each week, starting with the Antarctica. From the aerial shots to the fantastic close-ups Seven Worlds, One Planet has everything you want. There is cuteness and comedic… Continue reading Review: Seven Worlds, One Planet

Books

Review: The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

RATING: ★★★ A single sinful act ruins the lives of three people. Hester Prynne, a young, beautiful and dignified woman who conceived a child out of wedlock and received the public punishment of having to always wear a scarlet "A" on her clothing is now facing the societal consequences. This is a story that is… Continue reading Review: The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Books

Review: Villette by Charlotte Brontë

RATING: ★★★ To put it plain and simple: this book makes for a hard read. Villette lacks the fire and passion of Jane Eyre. It's different. But not all books can be the same, despite how much you compare them. Villette is a fictionalised version of Charlotte Bronte's time in Brussels where she had a… Continue reading Review: Villette by Charlotte Brontë

Film

Review: Once Upon A Time in Hollywood

Fun characters you can relate to. Confidence. A touch of violence. All the traits of a Tarantino film. And Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is no different as the most anticipated film of the summer has finally hit cinemas across the country and has fans freely giving over their money to see what this… Continue reading Review: Once Upon A Time in Hollywood

Books

From Book to Stage: Noughts & Crosses

Imagine if the power in the world rested not with the white population but with the black. This time, the people who can't get plasters to match their skin colour are white. Noughts & Crosses is a story of segregation, insurrection and political violence. It's a tale of oppression and rebellion and a portrait of… Continue reading From Book to Stage: Noughts & Crosses