Best Films of 2019

In a year of outstanding cinema, the act of choosing between films and ranking them is always hard. It is like splitting hairs; 2019’s films offered some of the most subtly profound stories and some of the most ambitious concepts. From the swivelling kinetic energy of Waves which paints a refreshing take on the tragedies of…

Best films of 2017

Alright movie lovers 🙂 Here we are again. Honestly, it feels like last week that I did my best of 2016 movies list. I guess time really does fly when we look back. How have you guys been? I’ve been quite caught up with University and haven’t written as many reviews as I would’ve liked…

Best films of 2016

This is going to be a long post but I hope you enjoy it 🙂 So once again, here we are. 2016 has been a crazy year to say the least. This year’s movies have been a reflection of a sentiment that our individual voices are important, and that different parts and groups of society…

Moonlight; Who are you?

Few films have been so honest about the human condition and so unabashedly real, that you just don’t feel like you’re watching a movie. Moonlight is that kind of experience. Its subject matter is refreshing on screen, its stylized elements are unique and it bores into your experiences. Moonlight,centering around a black homosexual protagonist and…

Key & Peele!

Ever heard of them! You haven’t?! You have to! These are seriously the most talented guys in comedy right now, well their show ended a little while back. But still, I stand by my view that they’re the best. Their sketches are super hilarious and their accent range is huge. But the best thing is…

Tangerine: The transgender indie film that sizzles and hits hard.

How do I put this? I’ve never seen anything like Tangerine. It has everything. And yet, it is like nothing else. For starters, Sean Baker’s film is shot entirely with the iphone 5S. With a limited visual scope, Baker compensates with beautiful natural light and dazzling kaleidoscope-like shots of L.A. But this isn’t even what’s…