Emily Brontë’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ is widely regarded a classic of English literature but, sadly, the most English thing about it may be its entrenched class prejudices.
Category: The Wordologist Reviews
Reviews and responses to films, books and TV shows.
“Well, ah choose no tae choose life.” What I’ve learnt from Irvine Welsh’s whirlwind novel, ‘Trainspotting’, and Danny Boyle’s groundbreaking film adaptation.
Atomic Blonde: The Heat is on in the Coldest City
A brutal, bloody adrenaline rush through an aesthetic wonderland, ‘Atomic Blonde’ is a masterpiece crafted in the hottest corners of the coldest city. Includes SPOILERS.
Why I Willingly Bought ‘Power Rangers’ on DVD
My thoughts on why this year’s ‘Power Rangers’ reboot was better than it had any right to be.
The King and Guy
The hits and misses of Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ and why the Arthur figure is more relevant than ever to modern Britain.