About Craig Busek

Craig Busek is originally from Taunton, Somerset and moved to London in 2010 to begin his studies in script writing. As of yet Craig has had a few online articles published and of his completed short-scripts, three have become completed projects, one of which was shortlisted for an award at Sundance London Film Festival. Craig has no particular genre of film or music that interests him the most and overall he tries to give a fairly objective opinion about all of the work that he does and the arts that he reviews. Craig’s biggest interest, besides writing, is rugby, and from that he has developed a keen interest in writing sports reviews.

Film Review: The Paperboy

After its recent slating at the Cannes Film Festival, with audiences mooing (yes, mooing!) after seeing the initial screening, I went in to The Paperboy with a lot of trepidation. Indeed, with a cast that includes Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman, and the consistently terrible Matthew McConaughey, there was nothing more … Continue reading

Film Review – American Pie: Reunion

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With the latest release of the Marvel franchise, Avengers Assemble, hitting our screens last month, it is little surprise that one of the year’s hotly anticipated sequels, American Pie: Reunion, somewhat slipped under the wire. The fourth of the original series, the eight of the overall franchise, this instalment saw all … Continue reading

Review: The Six Nations 2012

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With The Olympics and the UEFA European Championships just around the corner, there is a lot to be said for 2012’s sporting calendar. However, whilst the anticipation of the summer’s events rises, the first sporting major event of the year came to an end this weekend – the thirteenth year … Continue reading

Film Review – A Dangerous Method

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When going in to watch a David Cronenberg film, there should always be a certain level of trepidation with regards to the subject matter. Daring, as well as thought provoking, the seasoned director has always sought to shock, as well as entertain an audience with controversial subject matters. With his … Continue reading

Does Media Have a Negative Influence on Education?

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“Sittin’ in the classroom, thinking it’s a drag”. A poignant line from Motley Crue’s anti-school song, Smoking in the Boys Room, that rings true the feelings of many students. Hilary Wilce, a specialist in education, quotes: “the best learning often happens outside the classroom”. There could be several reasons for this. … Continue reading