Dark Fate is the latest in a fairly disappointing franchise following the first two ground-breaking Terminator films back in the late 80s and early 90s. It promises much, but does it deliver?
Rest by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang is as much a triumph of research as it is a call to arms for creatives to begin seeing resting as a skill, something that we should take seriously, to learn and improve at.
Make Time is an excellent, clear and sometimes provocative book that gives plenty of ‘aha’ moments along with easily actionable advice to help ensure that you get to do the things that matter most to you in a busy world.
All Ashore is an astonishing bluegrass album by US quintet Punch Brothers.
An enjoyable Wild West adventure from the author of Jurassic Park, released ten years after his untimely death.
Insightful ideas to live by or an outdated rivalry-based methodology to get ahead in life? You decide.
The Sellout is a deftly woven tale of one man who tries to put his hometown, Dickens (a little-known region of Los Angeles) back on the map after it is removed in a wanton act of gentrification. I’m not sure I’m qualified to write a review of The Sellout. It’s a book that made my head spin; full of eloquently written insanity, contradictions and tangents that lead you through a...
This week I read Jon Acuff’s Finish. Unlike an earlier book of his (titled Start), Finish is aimed at people who have no trouble starting projects, but struggle to reach the end of their goals, for myriad reasons. (Hello!)
It’s a motivational book which has at its heart a simple premise; perfectionism is the enemy.
It’s tough growing up as the only boy with three sisters. (Tough for them, they might say). We had a tradition where, usually at Christmas or other large dinner occasions, we kids would be tasked with doing a huge amount of washing up and drying. One would wash, three would dry, usually standing around impatiently waiting for the washer to do a single glass or knife or fork. The tradition became...
I’ve seen the film, and here’s my Isle of Dogs review… I can remember feeling vaguely irritated when I was first introduced to the director Wes Anderson in an incredulous manner by a friend, ‘duh, you don’t know Wes Anderson?’. Wait, what do you mean; you don’t know who Wes Anderson is? Okay, that’s hypocritical of me. But rest assured he’s worth looking into, and once you know...