As we head back to cinemas, Thang Tu looks at ‘Minari’, which tells the story of a Korean immigrant family in search of the American Dream.
Thang Tu explains why he believes Bake Off isn’t all it’s cracked up to be anymore.
Thang Tu explores the concept of animation for adults and gives his own recommendations.
It isn’t, can’t and will never be a BAFTA winner, but it’s not trying to be. It’s a wonderful piece of entertainment for young and old, and it deserves a watch whether on a nostalgia trip or for the first time. M.I. High is the definitive escapist childhood spy fantasy, realised before your very eyes on the laptop screen.
It’s the Christmas vac. You need to find the next best thing to procrastinate to besides Netflix, but the news is far too depressing and Film 4 just ain’t cutting it with yet another Carry On film. You need daytime TV. But which show? You’re looking for something to watch while you browse Facebook and Read More…
Thang Tu’s irreverent review of The Princess Switch 2: Switched Again.
Thang Tu’s highly original piece on why really Bill Wurtz might be more worth your time than a classics degree.