Martin Scorsese’s unique selling point of many of his films is blurring the line between villain and hero. He loves to delve into the psyche of what makes a hero … Continue reading Blurring the Lines Between Hero and Villain: Cape Fear (1991)
For Tarantino-lovers, when a new trailer is released for one of his films, it’s always an exciting time to wait in anticipation. But when he’s working with Brad Pitt, Margot … Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019)
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before hit Netflix’s screens and became a sensation when viewers followed the awkward journey of teens falling in love while trying to balance the difficulties … Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You
When Todd Phillip’s Joker was announced, it fit well with the time of origin stories and remakes. However, when the film was released to cinemas, it showed that it was to the … Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: Joker (2019)
Noah Baumbach tells the story of a failing marriage with nostalgic cinema techniques that have won the hearts of the viewers. With Star Wars‘ Adam Driver and Avengers‘ Scarlett Johansson … Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW: Marriage Story (Netflix) 2019
Shutter Island is one of those ‘Fight-Club-Sixth-Sense-You-Have-To-Watch-It-Twice’ films. For those of you that haven’t seen Shutter Island, then I suggest that you go watch it and return to us after … Continue reading The Epitome of an Unreliable Narrator: Shutter Island.
Welcome back to another scene analysis – this week, we will be looking at Bad Times At The El Royale by Drew Goddard. When seven strangers gather at the El Royale hotel, … Continue reading Bad Times At The El Royale Scene Analysis – Billy Lee Dancing!
Biopics of the larger than life characters in the music industry have been the latest trend of films to be released. Bohemian Rhapsody’s success kicked off the release of films … Continue reading Why Rocketman Deserves Best Picture!