The Story Of 90 Coins review

In increasingly uncertain times, matters of the heart are hardly spared. There is an ever increasing incongruity between idealism and reality, what we perceive and what we experience, the desire for greater control and the erosion of personal agency in love and life. Michael Wong’s first foray into film with The Story Of 90 Coins…

On Body And Soul review; The most important love story of 2017

On Body And Soul, 2017 Berlinale winner for best film, is quite possibly the most beautiful and most important love story of 2017. Centered around the growing relationship between a handicapped man and a woman on the autism spectrum, the hungarian film spotlights characters you don’t usually see everyday dealing with ordeals that we can…

I’m so hyped for La La Land.

AHHHHHHHHHHHH OMFG. IT YIS HERE. I first saw this trailer on ReelReviewDude’s blog. He’s a great friend and a fantastic blogger with great taste in cinema. Glad we both have this on our MUST WATCH list haha! Hey guys. Yeah. That was me screaming. La La Land is one of the films I’ve been keeping…

100th blog post; 4 Animated short films you have to watch

Hey hey 🙂 THIS IS MY 100th POST!!!!! WOOOH! I just can’t describe how much it means reaching this personal milestone in my blogging. I hope you guys have enjoyed my posts, I certainly still have an ever growing passion to continue writing on this blog. Thanks for everything, it really means alot to me…

(Blindspot #1) The Artist review: Hush, my love.

When I saw that CinemaParrotDisco‘s IMDB Top 250 challenge had The Artist up for grabs for reviewing , I signed up immediately. I’ve always wanted to watch the film and it was in my Blindspot list as well, so I figured, kill two birds with one stone eh? 🙂 The Artist is bravura in film-making….