Nick Frost’s Truths, Half Truths & Little White Lies

Pragmatic may not be the sexiest way to describe Nick Frost’s memoir, Truths, Half Truths & Little White Lies, but it is the most apt. The old cliché that comedians hide a world of sadness with laughter would be easy to apply. But rather than feeling that his work with perpetual partner-in-crime Simon Pegg is a mask for the pain, it becomes clear that the comedy is the result of all the extraordinarily difficult things that have happened to Nick … Read More

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Review

By the time most film franchises reach their fifth instalment, the dead horse is usually being flogged with such force the splits in the skin holding it together gape without promise of repair. While it’s generally agreed that some episodes in the Mission: Impossible saga have been better executed than others, Tom Cruise’s baby has on the whole remained consistent in delivering the action and espionage thriller cues we’ve expected for almost 20 years. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation is certainly … Read More