Social realism

The best Oculus Quest 2 games and experiences

Virtual reality can be a amazing escape, a training or both. If you want the best standalone VR gaming console, the Oculus Quest 2 is your choice. The compact headset (an improved and cheaper update of the original Oculus Quest) reminds me more than ever that there are great games …

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FIFA 22 preview: 11v11 cape ushers in a new era

Gameplay, gameplay, gameplay. While much has been said about the realistic visuals offered in EA’s first suite of sports offerings for PS5 and Xbox Series X, their long-term success has to be judged by feel rather than appearance. FIFA 21 [and pad-sporting big bro Madden 21] offered encouragement, but not …

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The new solutions of utopian fiction

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Why should you watch young royals

Teenagers actually look and behave like teenagers Far too often, young people in coming-of-age entertainment vehicles look, act and feel a little too mature for real teens to relate to on a deeper level. Notorious actors have birth dates long before the people they portray onscreen (Darren Barnet, who plays …

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‘Intregalde’: Cannes review | Comments

Real. Radu Muntean. Romania. 2021. 104 min. Romanian cinema takes a trip to the dark woods of Unequal by Radu Muntean, a New Wave mainstay in the country. After titles like Tuesday after Christmas (2010) and Alice T. (2018), Muntean arrives at Directors’ Fortnight with a road movie – or …

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