Black Panther. The ever anticipated superhero movie that every Marvel fan has been looking forward to. I am not one of those Marvel fans but I enjoy taking in what the franchise has to offer. It’s safe to say that … Continue reading Black Panther: Revolutionary Ryan Coogler takes on the beast & prevails with a few scratches.
Imagine you couldn’t speak. Like, at all. What would you do with your life? I would be pretty stranded, most of my day-to-day activities involve talking excessively to people to the point of annoyance, especially with my rather bassy voice, … Continue reading Mute: Speechless Alexander Skarsgård is an astoundingly dull & boring lead under director Duncan Jones.
When it comes to love, you will do anything for the other person in your life, especially if you have been with them since day one. Life has its ups and downs but some things which you may never except … Continue reading Irreplaceable You: Cancer-ridden Gugu Mbatha-Raw emotionally connects with you for a tissue-grabbing end.
In the future, what do you think the world is going to be like? Do you think self-thinking robots will take over the human race or are you waiting for the day that flying cars exist and are viable to purchase? … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: Cinematographer Roger Deakins wows you as Ryan Gosling takes centre stage.
Meeting the parents for the first time in any relationship is a daunting experience for anyone. You dress to impress and change your mannerisms to suit, all to get the girl to be rightfully yours. I think it’s safe to … Continue reading Get Out: Funny-man Jordan Peele psychologically f*cks with your mind in directorial debut.
When a family member passes, where do you believe they go? Many believe in reincarnation and many believe they go to a better place. We all hold photos up in our households in order to remember them, but what if … Continue reading Coco: Pixar changes the way you look at death & it’s one emotional rollercoaster.
We all go on a journey of discovery, trying to figure out which path to take and which one is the right one for us. At such a young age, it is so difficult to decide and once we think … Continue reading Call Me By Your Name: Armie Hammer intimately swoons Timothée Chalamet with passion & ecstasy.
“A mother’s love is unconditional” no matter how much you get on each other’s nerves. Life lessons will be learnt and your mother is always there to guide you. Adolescence is a weird time however, a period where you want to … Continue reading Lady Bird: Greta Gerwig sees herself in young Saoirse Ronan through the unconditional love of her mother.
To find your daughter’s killer, you will do whatever means necessary to capture them. But, what if your local police force is incapable of pulling their fingers out of their arses to get them? You would have to take matters … Continue reading Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Darkly humoured Martin McDonagh fiercely directs Frances McDormand into an award-winning performance.
What do you get when you put trolls and fairies into a harsh “cops and robbers” thriller? A very mediocre and average film by the looks of it when David Ayer’s directing it. You’d think with a very unique and … Continue reading Bright: Waving a magic wand cannot save Will Smith & Joel Edgerton from David Ayer’s misdirection.