Focus: Dazzling, glamourous and charming.

I don’t care what others might say about the movie, but Focus was certainly enjoyable fun. Will Smith and Margot Robbie were full of charm and suave, which helped to save this movie from being just another one of those high stakes ‘heists’ film. In all honesty, don’t expect Focus to contend for something like…

Enemy: A psychological blast.

Enemy is a film directed by Denis Villeneuve which is loosely adapted from the novel The Double by Jose Saramago. I’ve been wanting to watch this for ages, and now that I finally have, there’s only one thing that’s clear; Its good. Alright folks from here on out, take my analysis with a pinch of…

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…

Nightcrawler:Into the grey,ambigiuity and violence are beautifully captured.

A review with more psychoanalytic emphasis which will delve deeper into exploring the nature of our protagonist Lou.Comments are always welcome and I would love to hear your perspective on the film 🙂 In the violent world set in Nightcrawler,worth and value are as good as your ability to survive. One may be inclined to think…

Boyhood:Organic,unashamedly real but alas,heart-warming.

If you’re hoping to be thoroughly entertained by life’s crazy out of the world experiences, or glean some profound enlightening insight,then Boyhood is not that kind of movie.Strip it down to its core, and it’s wholly based on the genuine.Life,love and loss are,to the great success of this film,organic. It’s easy to watch because it’s…