Josh Bullin

The 1960s: A Milestone for British Cinema

Great social change was what defined Britain in the 1960s and its massive cultural footprint is reflected through the moves cinema made during this period. The vibrancy and variety of the films during this period was almost unparalleled for British cinema, and many of them remain classics to this day....
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Posted Apr. 25, 2018

Love, Simon: Review

“Everybody deserves a great love story” are the words that feel significant to the essence of Love, Simon. As of late, queer films have been confined to being critically-acclaimed awards darlings, led by the ground-breaking ‘Best Picture’ win of Moonlight at the 2017 Oscars. Yet, none have received great mainstream...
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Posted Apr. 15, 2018

The Oscars: What we wish happened

The dust has settled after the 90th Academy Awards and the overall reactions to this year’s ceremony seem to be a resounding ‘meh’. To be fair, this isn’t particularly the fault of the show itself – everything ran smoothly and there was a number of fairly funny and emotional moments....
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Posted Mar. 8, 2018

Are film musicals underrated?

In present day cinema, acclaimed film musicals are few and far-between with most being restricted to family-targeted animations and Broadway adaptations. Josh Bullin explains the phenomenon.
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Posted Mar. 15, 2017