Brakes review – ‘ticklingly funny and quietly frightening’

A refreshingly home-made and honest depiction of break-ups

Black Panther celebrates black culture in all its glory

Examining the social power of Marvel's latest release

50 Shades Freed confines and confuses its viewers

The final chapter of the sex-fuelled saga encounters problems during its climax

It Happened One Night – merely antiquated, or timelessly great?

Exploring whether this classic film stands the test of time

Vengeance, violence, and why I lost faith in Game of Thrones

There's nothing more devastating than the downfall of your favourite show... (WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD)

Downsizing review – ‘leaving the audience more bored than scintillated’

Alexander Payne's latest film loses its way between its big ideas and its tiny characters

When movie marketing becomes maddening

A misleading trailer can be a frustrating one, but they may be more useful than you'd think

So bad it’s good: appreciating the joys of cinematic mediocrity

Our absurd obsession with terrible movies

Coco sees Pixar back on delightful form

Pixar's latest venture may feature the Day of the Dead, but it's packed with heartwarming life and vitality

Gender-swapped remakes are a risk not worth taking

Bad remakes don't do female actors any favours


Letter to: My Ex

"Why would I want to forget?" You'll be in my memories forever.

Britain must take firm action against Russian aggression

Britain's increasing isolation on the world stage makes it an easy target

Boat Race Preview: Oxford crews enter event as underdogs

Where to watch, who the favourites are, and what to look out for in this year's Boat Races

Best of Hilary Theatre

Cherwell contributors reflect upon the best student theatre of Hilary Term.

Government blocks Oxford MP’s bill for rough sleepers

Layla Moran’s bill was motivated in part by student campaigning efforts to repeal the Vagrancy Act