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.
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.
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.
So, apparently, it’s Christmas soon. I couldn’t tell with the spontaneous trees popping up in city centres and local coffee shops making an effort to put an artistic design on a cup which we’re only going to throw away. Anyways, … Continue reading A Christmas Prince: Has Alex Zamm made the most lovable, clichéd & predictable film ever?
When it comes to bread, nothing is better than feeling the warmth come from a nice fresh crusty loaf, right? You instantly hug the loaf, especially on a cold, winter’s day, walking back from the local bakery, trying to keep … Continue reading Dough: Jerome Holder fails to rise as Jonathan Pryce has gone stale.
Actors love to get into the role, especially when it comes to impersonating a real-life individual. They want to get every detail perfect and to the point. Nothing can go wrong. Method acting and doing in-depth background research is key … Continue reading Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond: Jim Carrey’s crazy but scary experience is enlightening with “Man on the Moon”.
Queen Victoria, known for being a stubborn Queen whilst in her reign, is portrayed by one of the most prolific actresses of our time, Miss Dame Judi Dench, I am not sure how many times she has been offered the … Continue reading Victoria & Abdul: Queen Judi Dench may be in power but nothing can stop a blossoming relationship.
Imagine marrying the woman of your dreams and then finding out that she has a son… doesn’t bother you, right? Completely normal. How about finding out your new stepson has been conceived through the power of the antichrist? Now, I am … Continue reading Little Evil: Adam Scott appears to be lost in this mediocre Antichrist spoof comedy.
July 25th, 1967. A date in which the city of Detroit will want to forget. A time of disaster and misjudged shootings with racially charged riots, something bad was bound to happen. The fact we used to live like this, … Continue reading Detroit: Kathryn Bigelow will leave you speechless but in anger about this time in the cities history.
You have the power to kill anyone in the world, who would be your first victim? Mine is pretty obvious. Donald Trump, get rid of the useless idiot. Maybe Teresa May next, politicians clearly aren’t my favourite people in the … Continue reading Death Note: Nat Wolff tries to outsmart death but becomes his new toy.