Hi, I'm Sneh (think "snake" without the "k"- I'm not snakey though).
I'm a UCL Classics grad working in film PR, and fancy myself a bit of a film critic. I'll leave it up to you to decide whether I'm a good one.
*TNS Film Editor*
LFF 2018: Widows review - the most politically explosive film of the year
Liam Neeson dies in the first five minutes and it still has the best cast you've ever seen
Bad Times at the El Royale review - wildly original thriller will keep you guessing til the end
Get ready for a Good Time at the Cinema
Colette review - cookie cutter feminism is still entertaining with Keira Knightley as the lead
Self-congratulatory, but still fun.
New trailers and clips from The Hate U Give, Fahrenheit 11/9, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Amandla Stenberg, Donald Trump, and Spider-Man walk into a bar...
Columbus review - painfully pretentious ode to architecture
A manic pixie dream girl who's perfectly patronisable? Wow, how original.
Fantastic F*ck-ups: The Crimes of J. K. Rowling
So Nagini's an Asian woman now? Who let her do that?
Foreign Film Friday: Thugs of Hindostan is Bollywood's biggest production yet
Pirates of the Caribbean meets Padmaavat in the best possible way...
Daveed Diggs talks Blindspotting, police shootings, and laughing more than he cries
''That’s the vibe right now — to just try and make sure that the whole community is eating.''
Blindspotting review - Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal are the new creative duo to watch
For real, this film is lifechanging.
Win tickets to an exclusive preview screening of Ryan Gosling & Damien Chazelle's First Man!
Be the First Man (or woman) to see Ryan Gosling on the moon!
TV Review: Killing Eve (Season 1)
Complex women? On my TV? It's more likely than you think
Anchor and Hope review - boring gay representation is better than nothing
The river is a metaphor, guys.
Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk trailer will blow you away
The Moonlight director adapts James Baldwin's stunning novel.
The 5 best female-led mysteries on screen
Sherlock Holmes has nothing on these ladies!
Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. review - a fantastically intimate documentary about the British Sri Lankan rapper
From living in a war zone to playing at the Super Bowl - you've never seen a journey like this.
The Breadwinner Blu-ray review - equal parts heart-warming and heart-wrenching
11 year old Parvana disguises herself as a boy to provide for her family in Afghanistan under Taliban rule.