Sicario: Day Of The Soldado review

Sicario: Day Of The Soldado is a defiant sequel that takes a swipe at the ruthlessless of counter-terrorist operations and the destruction of innocent lives caught in collateral damage. While Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro feature again in this largely masculine world, it is the female fringe characters whose presence are the most striking…

Good Time review; Thrillingly tragic

Good Time, as ironic a title as the Safdie Brothers intended it to be, is a film with no reprieve. Centered around the crime-hustling Connie (Robert Pattinson) who tries to re-connect with his autistic brother after a robbery gone wrong, this non-stop thrill ride is an assault on the senses from start to finish. Films…

Blindspot #3 review; L.A. Confidential

Great noir films begin with a feeling that something,somewhere in the vastness of this world that we inhabit,is spinning in ways too fast for us to grasp. Chinatown exemplifies this to the fullest;We see personal tragedy as a consequence of a futility in justice. Taxi Driver is a haunting look at ‘God’s lonely man’ who…

Favourite movie quotes

Hi everyone :)) I haven’t posted for a while..in fact I haven’t posted as frequently as previously. But I’ll try to! I’ve been a little busy and a little tired recently and given the lack of post ideas, I found myself stuck when trying to write a post. I’ll be watching Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut…

Catch Me If You Can;Blindspot review #2

Catch Me If You Can is my #2 Blindspot review of the year. Yes I know I’m a little behind schedule but I’ll try my best to get all of them out before the year ends :p If you dont know what the blindspot series is, it’s a little something that some movie bloggers like…

The Town: Finding the human in crime

Ben Affleck has seen pretty ridiculously high reviews for a relatively new actor-turned-director. Argo nabbed him a host of awards,including the prestigious Best Picture Award,while ironically leaving him in the cold for Best Director.There have only been three oscar-winning films whose director’s have not at least been nominated for directorial achievement…but Ben Affleck needn’t be…

Body ⇄ Soul; A short play

This is my first short play, it’s kinda long at 2.4k words for a wordpress post, but if you aren’t put off by the length, I hope you guys can read it! I wanna see how good the response is for a ridiculously long story, if it’s good I might vary my flash fiction content…

Best Documentaries of 2015; My Picks

The Bear Awards (my blog’s awards) has almost come to an end. Just one more category which is Best Animated Film! I’ve just finished watching the last of the nominated documentaries so here’s who I think should be nominated and who should win. Don’t be too sad, Bear Awards will make a return next year!! Little Bear’s…

The Look Of Silence review: A meander of pain

I watched this film about a week ago but I struggled to review it because I was confronted with this one thought; If a film is so devastatingly sad and tragic, how do we begin to review it’s quality? If all its elements are so nilhilistic and hopeless, and if we feel like we’ve been…

Goodfellas: A classic mafia film

I’ve only recently watched Goodfellas. Yeah I know ya’ll are gonna make fun of me for only recently watching this epic, so whatever haha throw the kitchen sink. I know some of you are gonna kill me if I add a bad review. Nah, I’m just foolin’ around. It’s a fantastic film. Harking back the…