Selma: Gritty Glory.Ava DuVernay and David Oyelowo produce an epic.

After watching Selma, you’ll wonder why Ava DuVernay was not nominated for Best Director and why David Ojewolo missed out on a Best Actor nomination. There’s quite abit of controversy surrounding this. Whether it’s because there’s a lack of diversity in the academy (94% White, 64% Men, average age of 63) or because Ava and…

87th Academy Award nominations-The injustice to Gone Girl.

I originally intended to do some analysis on the nominations for various categories, but all my thoughts are immediately drawn to the fact that Gone Girl has not received any love from the academy.Far from it.It’s more like unexplained cruelty. It received nothing except for a very very deserving nomination for Rosamund Pike (Best Actress)….

Under The Skin:A metaphor itself,deliberately murky and highly polarizing.

There might never be a film more polarizing in recent times than Under The Skin.I’ll just start off with the fact that I found the film highly bizarre, profound in meaning, and extremely deliberate in its visual and auditory metaphors. Some call it a masterpiece, others found it too slow and jarring,thus losing its intended…

Her: One of the best films ever made.

Deviating from my usual content,I’ll review a movie that was shown last year (instead of current movies). I’d like to review Her because it has possibly become one of my favourite films and with a film that has dared to explore multiple different themes, Her will forever remain one of its kind. The fuzzy quirky…