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Not only does Charlie and the Chocolate Factory have very biblical undertones, but the odds are stacked in Charlie’s favour from the start: he was ALWAYS going to win.
What is the internet FOR, if not an entirely subjective review of the year – the year being 2017. Here are the podcasts, films, art exhibitions and books that made 2017 burn a little brighter.
ND (Neutral Density) filters screw onto the front of your camera’s lens to reduce the amount of light that hits the sensor, balancing out scenes with extreme variations of brightness and darkness. However, boobs are your most important bit of kit, the Internet explains.
“It’s England, and I love England,” Cumbrian-born artist Percy Kelly once said. His work went much deeper than that, conveying a dark sense of self and the North.
I’m almost convinced I’m being catfished: Cathedral of the Pines is almost too good to believe, or too real to be believable.
Mother! will doubtless be called a Marmite movie: you’ll either love it or hate it. I think it’s more like vegan egg: you have a vague idea what it’s meant to be, but it’s just not quite palatable.