A sequel to the 1964 Mary Poppins? After 55 years, somehow it has earned a revival. With Disney bringing back a lot of the old classics and turning them into live actions movies, I can’t see what they could possibly … Continue reading Mary Poppins Returns: Emily Blunt brings Rob Marshall’s vision to life but it’s not entirely expialidocious.
Do you ever wonder if you are being controlled by a different force? That you’re not in control of your own actions? Netflix has recently surprised its subscription holders with a brand new one-off interactive episode – Bandersnatch. The reaction … Continue reading Bandersnatch: Black Mirror’s Charlie Brooker gives the power to the people with the intense choose-your-own-adventure special.
What does the future hold for the human race? Climate change is inevitable if we don’t change our ways, but Donald Trump will never change his mind. However, writer-director’s Kevin R. Adams & Joe Ksander have decided to take a … Continue reading Next Gen: Kevin R. Adams & Joe Ksander’s narrative isn’t enough to compete against animation giants.
What would you risk for the sake of having a family? Would you risk your relationship with your partner you have been with for years? Would you risk hurting other family members to have a family of your own? Writer-Director … Continue reading Private Life: Writer-Director Tamara Jenkins immerses herself into a relationship fighting for fertility.
Have you ever received a text message from a complete and utter stranger? Strangely enough, I have and 9 times out of 10, they are either fake or most definitely have the wrong number, which ends up in blocking the … Continue reading Sierra Burgess is a Loser: Ian Samuel’s directing fizzles out in Shannon Purser’s cat-fishing antics.
Would you keep your feelings for a crush written in a letter, hidden away from the world? How many letters would you have? I would never risk the chance of someone finding those letters. It’s bad enough reading back some … Continue reading To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: Writer Jenny Han sees her novel excellently executed by visionary Susan Johnson.
Did you ever go through a point in your teenage life where you were discovering your sexuality? Are you currently going through this phase and don’t know what to do? It’s difficult for anyone to go through this journey of … Continue reading Alex Strangelove: Writer-Director Craig Johnson pushes Daniel Doheny to dive deep into the blue sea of teenage dating.
Do you know what autoimmune disease is? No, neither did I. Autoimmune disease is when your immune system mistakenly attacks your body. The immune system normally guards against germs like bacteria and viruses and when it senses these foreign invaders, it sends … Continue reading Brain On Fire: Chloë Grace Moretz sheds light on the autoimmune disease with strength & stability.
As a big fan of the romantic comedy genre (yes, I did genuinely mean to type that), Netflix has been pumping and churning them out for audiences around the world to be misconstrued by. Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, … Continue reading Ibiza: Gillian Jacobs undergoes Alex Richanbach’s terrible direction of a drug-fuelled, sex-ridden girls trip.
Hollywood is where every filmmaker wants to be. It is a dreamland for filmmaking and creating some of the highest quality films. But, not all of those films come out as they planned to be and are thrown into the … Continue reading Kissing Booth: Vince Marcello’s sexist, outdated rom-com is added to the endless pile of nonsense.