James Carpenter

Director, Writer and Freelance film critic. Currently residing in Hatfield, England.
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Review: Goodbye Christopher Robin

In a world where everyone is plugged into their screens, it’s nice we can still be taught a valuable lesson by a little boy...

Review: The Circle (2017)

Netflix proves that they are completely tuned into the complex nature of today’s generation, as well as their relationship with technology and how it...

Review: My Hero Academia

Wish X-Men was set in a Japanese high school? So do I! In the world of My Hero Academia, 80% of the earth’s population have...

Review: Okja (2017)

Netflix proves once again that their views are in tune with that of a new generation. Okja (2017) follows main characters Mija (Seo-Hyun Ahn) and Lucy...

Review: Chef’s Table

“Eyes bigger than your stomach” is a phrase consistently used to describe too much of a good thing but with this particular show, I...