Review Tag Archives

WHAT'S YOUR QUESTION?

The mikme pocket is a fantastic mobile audio solution for podcasters, reporters and creators image
The mikme pocket is a fantastic mobile audio solution for podcasters, reporters and creators image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

Portable audio recording solutions abound, and many recently released devices have done a lot to improve the convenience and quality of sound recording devices you can carry in your pocket – spurred in part by smartphones and their constant improveme...



No Hard Feelings review – life lessons and love stories in a refugee shelter | Drama films image
No Hard Feelings review – life lessons and love stories in a refugee shelter | Drama films image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

The winner of the Berlin film festival’s Teddy award for best queer-themed film begins as shuffling character study, then broadens out to resemble Jules et Jim or The Dreamers yanked brusquely into an urgent multicultural present. Its focal point is...



An Inventory of Losses by Judith Schalansky review – it can’t last | History books image
An Inventory of Losses by Judith Schalansky review – it can’t last | History books image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

What, asks this book, is “more terrifying: the notion that everything comes to an end, or the thought that it may not”? Such issues – impermanence, the fringes of things, the border between here and there – are catnip to the German writer Judith Scha...



The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone review – Coppola edits the past | Film image
The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone review – Coppola edits the past | Film image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

Just when you thought you were out … he pulls you back in. Francis Ford Coppola has presided over different editorial remixes of Apocalypse Now, and now he’s done the same with his little-loved The Godfather Part III from 1990: with new edits and a n...



Collected Stories by Shirley Hazzard review – testament to a rare talent | Short stories image
Collected Stories by Shirley Hazzard review – testament to a rare talent | Short stories image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

Shirley Hazzard produced only four novels in a writing life that spanned nearly five decades, and was principally known – at least at the beginning of her career – as a writer of short fiction. This new edition of her collected stories, edited by her...



Miley Cyrus: Plastic Hearts review – too plastic, but has heart | Miley Cyrus image
Miley Cyrus: Plastic Hearts review – too plastic, but has heart | Miley Cyrus image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

Six years ago, Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz tour arrived in London. It was as ludicrous and ludicrously entertaining a stadium pop show as anyone is ever likely to stage, featuring Cyrus dancing on stage with a pantomime horse, singing a ballad while being...



The Great British Bake Off final review – flawed gems worth celebrating | The Great British Bake Off image
The Great British Bake Off final review – flawed gems worth celebrating | The Great British Bake Off image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

This year needed The Great British Bake Off like never before, and The Great British Bake Off delivered. The programme has always been comfort food but, at times this year, it almost transcended television. It felt like a hug. It felt like medicine....



Saved by the Bell review – self-aware reboot isn’t quite smart enough | US television image
Saved by the Bell review – self-aware reboot isn’t quite smart enough | US television image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

If Seinfeld was the show about nothing, Saved by the Bell and other programming of its early-90s afterschool ilk aspired to be the show about everything. From 1989 to 1993, the gang of telegenic Californian teens at Bayside High tackled such real-wor...



Locked Down: The Scariest Show You Will Never See review – a nerve-jangler | Theatre image
Locked Down: The Scariest Show You Will Never See review – a nerve-jangler | Theatre image
Flying Eze
Flying Eze logo

By Comments(0) Upvotes(0) Downvotes(0)

We have been told to bring a blindfold and headphones for a “terrifying sonic experience” on Zoom. There’s a trigger warning of its “adult content” by a faceless voice called Master, who tells us that emotions will run high over the next two hours –...