Tag Archive: Movie Review

VELVET BUZZSAW (2019) is a swing and a miss for Dan Gilroy

Velvet Buzzsaw is one of the most uniquely titled films of the year and after enduring it I still couldn’t tell you exactly why it’s titled this aside from the fact that it… Continue reading

MARY POPPINS RETURNS (2018) with another magical family adventure

It has been some time since Mary Poppins last visited the Banks children but she’s returned to instil some magic and positivity into the lives of the Banks family. Mary Poppins Returns takes… Continue reading

Alfonso Cuarón’s ROMA (2018) is an emotionally driven autobiographical work of art

Roma is Alfonso Cuarón‘s “90% autobiographical film” about a middle-class family living in 1970’s Mexico City as seen through the life of their maid Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio). Directed, written, produced, filmed, and co-edited… Continue reading

The music of LES MISERABLES (2012) brings a heart full of love

Tom Hooper‘s Les Misérables is an all out stage musical for the big screen featuring all of the iconic music delivered by a large and immensely talented cast. Les Misérables is one of… Continue reading

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT (2018) Movie Review – Somehow They Keep On Upping The Stakes

Mission: Impossible returns this year with another mission that may be impossible for anyone else, but not for Tom Cruise because that man can run like he’s sponsored by Nike. After the success… Continue reading

HEREDITARY (2018) Movie Review – A Deeply Unsettling, Harrowing, and Unique Style of Horror

Hereditary is the feature writing and directorial debut for Ari Aster who utilising a unique approach to horror takes what seems like a straightforward premise and flips it on its head, rotates it… Continue reading

OCEAN’S 8 (2018) Movie Review – A Strong Ensemble Execute A Fun Heist

The Ocean’s franchise is the next in line to receive an all female spinoff in the form of Ocean’s 8, a fun and energetic heist film that makes full use of its talented… Continue reading

THE STRANGERS: PREY AT NIGHT (2018) Movie Review – People Wanted This Sequel?…

The Strangers was a pretty good but at the same time pretty generic horror film way back in 2008 and for some reason a sequel has been constantly called for in some corners… Continue reading

THOROUGHBREDS (2018) Movie Review – Formulates Its Own Genre With Clever Unpredictability

Thoroughbreds is the directorial debut for Cory Finley and stars Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy in what is one of the most clever and original films of the year that supersedes genres with… Continue reading

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY (2018) Movie Review – Alden Ehrenreich Makes Han Solo His Own

Solo: A Star Wars Story is the newest standalone Star Wars adventure that sees us following a younger Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) who embarks on a daring mission through a criminal underworld encountering… Continue reading