George Lanigan

ARTICLES BY George Lanigan

Footballers’ monumental Movember marathon

Two members of the University of Bristol Men’s Football Club will undertake a journey of epic proportion this month when they run an ultramarathon in aid of Movember.
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Ron Howard’s 'Hillbilly Elegy' is a mediocre melodrama set in the Appalachian mountains

Ron Howard's new film, Hillbilly Elegy (2020), had attracted award-season hope but has instead received largely negative reviews.
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"The Trial of the Chicago 7": an engrossing but largely emotionless ensemble court drama

Overall, the film does not have a strong emotional impact but is an engrossing recreation of a significant and timely historical moment
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Lockdown sports series: Men’s Football

Over the past few weeks, Epigram Sport has been looking at how several University sports clubs have adapted to life in lockdown. In the penultimate article of the series, UBAFC detail their pre-season plans.
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"Unhinged": Russell Crowe excels in uninventive road rage thriller

In directing a thriller that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats, Borte has created a predictable but indubitably slick, entertaining and decidedly dark film.
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"Dating Amber" is a subtle but relevant coming-of-age film for Pride month

A mother asks her daughter ‘would you not try a bit of lipstick?’ and a father asks his son ‘can you do a chin up yet?’.Questions of gender and societal conformity are at the heart of Dating Amber, an Irish coming-of-age drama that has recently been added to Amazon Prime.
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