The Rise of Astrology: Should We Be So Starry Eyed?

In the past few years, our relationship with astrology has changed drastically. Ever since its resurgence in the 1960s and 70s, horoscopes have rarely been seen outside of magazine columns. However, astrology has undergone a noticeable revival in the past few years. Astrology meme accounts are everywhere, and Tinder bios are rife with quippy one-liners referencing sign compatibility.
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Review: First Man

It is surprising that almost 50 years on from the infamous 1969 moon landing, few have tried to display the iconic events in a feature film. Damien Chazelle has changed that with his third directorial outing, First Man, a biopic which traces the experiences of the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong. For Chazelle, First Man represents a considerable shift from his previous body of work which focused more upon musicianship. However, like Whiplash and La La Land, Chazelle’s new film is fundamentally about an individual’s desire to achieve something truly great.
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