review structure - Page 2

The Talented Mr. Ripley

There are thriller movies that rely mostly on gore—“Hostel,” “Devil’s Rejects,” “Friday 13th,” and other similar films mostly focus on murder, blood—and their thrill comes…

Visions of Space: God’s Architect

By Dan Schneider Sometimes the extra features on a DVD oddly turn out to surpass the featured film itself. Such is the case with the…

King Death by Toby Litt

By Miguel Fernandes Ceia Working his way through the alphabet, Toby Litt has now delivered the letter ‘K’ with his new novel King Death. The…

How the West Was Lost

By Andrew Wheelhouse ‘We think we know what’s coming. But is it already too late?’ Taglines this ominous in tone usually belong to a Roland…

Ghost in the Shell (2017)

Cyberpunk science fiction has not been a popular genre during the last decades. Originating from the novels by Philip K. Dick, William Gibson, Isaac Asimov,…

Richard II, Barbican, London

By Miriam Gillinson Richard II was only 10 years old when he ascended the throne, and this early rise to power is stamped all over…

Coriolanus, Donmar Theatre, London

By Miriam Gillinson A perfect engine, a human soldier, a “kind of nothing.” Coriolanus is a steaming cauldron of a role, a man as hot…

An Archaeology Book to Change Your Life

By Richard Swan Very occasionally a book comes along that changes your life, in the sense that it alters your thinking and causes you to…

Doom: A Videogame Review

Throughout the last two decades, videogames have made a huge leap forward in terms of graphic technologies, gameplay mechanics, realism, and immersiveness, turning from a…

Dark Skies

Movies about extraterrestrials never seem to be out of trend. For decades, if not centuries, the possibility of intelligent life existing on other planets excited…

Haiku Commentary

spring breeze . . . a new nun shivers in the cloister © Marina Balmaceda Paredes We start with a kigo, or seasonal reference. A…

A Dangerous Method Review

I guess before reviewing “A Dangerous Method,” I should say at least a couple of words about its subject: psychoanalysis and people impersonating it. A…

Cure

If you watch movies filmed in different parts of the world, you might notice that each region, be it America, Europe, or Asia, puts its…

Writing a Play Review

Why would someone need to write a review for a theatrical play? First of all, to inform the potential audience about what they are going…

The Martian

The last time a science-fiction movie was released that did not look silly was when Christopher Nolan came out with “Interstellar.” Long before and after…

Album Review: The Centre by Sami Yusuf

U.K. based Sami Yusuf has gradually reinvented himself as a solely Islamic pop musician (once named “the king of Islamic pop”) to a singer-songwriter who…

Writing a Music Review

Before buying a music group’s album/song on the Internet or in a music shop, you can shape your opinion of it by reading numerous reviews.…

Page 2 of 3123

Login

Register | Lost your password?