The latest offering in the MCU is surprisingly fun — and raises some interesting questions about the nature of free will and the meaning of life
When many people reach middle age they start to think about winding their life back a notch to spend time with their children and...
In the post-truth era, even things once thought reliable—like statistics or data—can be manipulated. So how can we tell if we're being duped?
Everybody tells little white lies on occasion. . . but have you ever stopped to consider why lying is so commonplace?
The recent death of television presenter Kylie Jay has highlighted once more that even celebrities are not immune from hidden health struggles. So why is it something we find so difficult to discuss?
Amongst the grunting of engines and squeal of tyres, Fast and Furious is the seventh-highest grossing film franchise ever. It’s what’s under the hood that counts though, and there are questions about how the films have influenced a generation of men.
Academy Award Best Picture winner Nomadland is a poem; following a rhythm ever more strange to the lives that we—those who have climbed onto the carousel of adult life and have discovered that we are no longer free to get off—are so used to.
The 2021 Oscars brought more diversity than ever before, but also record-low television ratings. Is winning an Oscar as significant as it used to be?
Film review: The Girl on the Bridge.
The popular NBC comedy series, The Good Place, tackles the big questions—ethics, philosophy and destiny. But, chuckles aside, how accurate was its depiction of the afterlife? Warning: Spoilers ahead.
The Binge series Raised By Wolves forces us to ask hard questions about our prejudices, the way we so easily take up the sword in polarised debates and how we can see the good in our enemies.
Considering Oxford mathematician and philosopher John Lennox’s new book, Where is God in a Coronavirus World?