Ferrari

The Ferrari name bears an unmistakable grandeur; when people think of fast cars, they are bound to think of Ferrari, a brand whose yellow logo of the Cavallino Rampante is just as iconic, perhaps even more so, as the vehicles themselves. Its impact is such that its excellence is taken as a given—Ferrari does...

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Oppenheimer

Christopher Nolan’s latest masterpiece is more than a work of technical bravado – it is a thoughtful, nuanced and vivid examination of humanity’s triumphs and deformities, explored through the lens of the father of the atomic bomb, Robert J. Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy). Based on American Prometheus by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin, this...

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Barbie

Greta Gerwig’s Barbie is an entertaining, albeit uneven mix of escapism, social critique, self-parody and meta cinema. It seeks to represent the Barbie doll and brand as something more than “sexualised capitalism”, and yet it unabashedly indulges in the superficial, reinforcing the kind of empty iconography that features heavily in Aqua’s 1997 song, Barbie...

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