Finding the ‘Homeland’

There are questions of loyalty, identity, and ethics in this long-running show

Lady Bird paints a perfect picture of female adolescence

Exploring Greta Gerwig’s stunning directorial debut

Predicting the most unpredictable Oscars ceremony in years

The 90th Academy Awards features an incredible list of nominees, which makes it nearly impossible to argue what should or will win...

I, Tonya sorely misjudges portraying a serious subject

The Oscar-nominated black comedy pokes fun at a subject which is no laughing matter

Phantom Thread is Paul Thomas Anderson’s finest film yet

Daniel Day-Lewis' cinematic swan song as a 1950's fashion designer is simply stunning

The Shape of Water – an odd romance makes perfect sense

Jonnie Barrow finds many parallels to modern issues despite The Shape of Water's period setting

Withnail and I was a buddy comedy unlike any other

An old cult film showing in Cowley proves to be more sadly relevant to the student experience than expected

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

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Just one in ten students at Oxford view themselves as working class while over 60% of students went to a private or grammar school.

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Combining volunteering with tourism often harms rather than helps disadvantaged communities