When looking at synopsis for At Eternity’s Gate you will find many summarise the movie as: “A film about the years Vincent Van Gogh spent painting in Southern France.” This hardly fills anyone with excitement or intrigue and unfortunately, the movie … Continue reading Oscars 2019: At Eternity’s Gate (2018) Review
The Last Jedi makes it clear how much nostalgia can cover over “the cracks.” The Force Awakens was a great movie. Very exciting, thrilling and welcome return to a franchise that was in desperate need of some quality. While watching The … Continue reading Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) Review
Each year the summer blockbuster season brings with it some of the biggest and most anticipated movies. The “tentpoles” which the studios place all their budget and faith in, hoping to now break that lucrative billion-dollar target. This summer was no … Continue reading Was Summer 2016 the most disappointing yet?
Ten years ago X-Men Apocalypse would be one of the best superhero movies. It has a cast of faithful characters, excellent performances and and effects which will blow audiences away. Unfortunately, now that there are at least five to six superhero … Continue reading Will lack of originality and creativity destroy the superhero movie?
There are too many superhero movies. Not necessarily because people are bored of them, that doesn’t seem to be the case and people will gladly watch as many as studios are willing to produce. The issue that a saturation in the … Continue reading X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) Review
Ex Machina is a movie that will stay with you after the credits have rolled. It does this for a few reasons. First of which is the story. Ex Machina manages to create an immersive and compelling story with just three … Continue reading Ex Machina (2015) Review
Even solid, interesting performances can’t save a film that just is boring. A most violent year seems to rely on the two central performances and their ability to raise the quite stunted and dull movie into something worthwhile and dramatic. … Continue reading A Most Violent Year (2014) Review