Dolemite Is My Name review; And the film has got me feeling anew

Dolemite Is My Name is absolutely rambunctious. There has not been a movie in such a long time that has me physically jamming, rooting, clapping and slapping; The feeling is almost spiritual and I can’t lie. It is a whole load of fun and one of the few movies that I can’t wait to immediately…

Get Out review; Stay woke

Get Out is Jordan Peele’s comedy-horror satire that highlights the underlying racism against Blacks in modern America. Peele draws from everyday conversational tropes that seem innocent enough (and they might very well be) and turns them into a frighteningly comedic and entertaining horror-thriller. Get Out calls to attention a conscious/unconscious effort to segregate, objectify and disempower…

Wiener-Dog review:The abundance of one

Wiener-Dog is Todd Solondz’s odd creation. It bears little resemblance to anything I’ve ever seen,it’s as if it was made entirely for the love of art and art itself. On the surface, it’s an anthology film with 4 distinctly different stories all connected by the character’s respective ownership of a wiener-dog. At first, Wiener-dog seems…

Commando review; Funny as hell

After reading Rob and Anna’s post about the timely blogathon, I decided to write in a review of my own 🙂  It’s a great big idea that brings together the whole film community and I can’t wait to see all the reviews that have already been posted up. I haven’t seen many 90 minute films…

Most anticipated films of 2016

With the year almost half gone, we enter really serious waters in the world of cinema. Films that mean business will push for late releases to catch the Oscar buzz while every corner from October to early 2017 will be littered with a host of awesome films. The season of blockbusters has passed; This is…

Keanu: Key & Peele try a feature length film with mixed results

As an ardent fan of Key & Peele, I was naturally excited when I heard that they would be making their first feature length film. I’m a huge admirer of their Comedy Central Sketches because they constantly dole out satirical swipes at different aspects of society and sub-culture, often subverting an element to further underscore…

Videos for the weekend!

Wahoo! Hi guys! How are you? Anyhow, I have three videos for you this weekend – Two of them are extremely funny hehe (I love to include funny videos, I mean who doesn’t love it right?). Weekends should be all about letting off some steam, chillin’ and just having a ball of a time. So…

The Nice Guys review: Just chillin’

The Nice Guys is very entertaining. I haven’t watched many buddy-cop movies (although I would love to) so this ‘sub-genre’ isn’t something I’m all too familiar with. But I don’t need to know all the buddy cop movies to really enjoy myself. Seriously, if you really want to have a good time, just watch The…

Videos for the weekend!!

Hey guys! How’s your weekend going? Here’s my Videos for the weekend post which includes a funny video I laughed till I cried, Kevin…SPACEY,a couple of cute animated birds (not angry yet!), a bond between two beautiful animals and a trailer for an upcoming film. Hope you guys like em’!   I just died Update:…

Videos for the week!

Hey guys!! I didn’t do a videos for the weekend post,so Imma do a videos for the week ahead post. Hope you guys don’t get too much of that monday blues,here are some things to cheer you up 🙂 I do not care what anyone says. This is the funniest video ever. An interview between…

Videos for the weekend!

Here are a few videos that I wanna share with you guys. In light of the recent political frenzy in the US, I decided to include some light-hearted and satirical laughs. I also have a new song I fell in love with (it’s a classic jam!) and a mandatory cute dog video (Because everybody loves…

Hail, Caesar! ; A flailing affair

Hail, Caesar!, a movie by the dynamic director duo Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country For Old Men, True Grit, Miller’s Crossing), misses the mark on both grandeur and comedy. Roger Deakins beautiful cinematography is a facade, a rose tinted frame that when removed, reveals a film severely deficient in plot. The funny thing I’ve…