Vice: Christian Bale intensely captures Dick Cheney’s tame greatness in Adam McKay’s biopic.

Dick Cheney; Vice President to George W. Bush. My knowledge of American history is very limited so I won’t go too political with this one. However, after watching this, I have gained an interest in who the man was and … Continue reading Vice: Christian Bale intensely captures Dick Cheney’s tame greatness in Adam McKay’s biopic.

Sierra Burgess is a Loser: Ian Samuel’s directing fizzles out in Shannon Purser’s cat-fishing antics.

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.

Lady Bird: Greta Gerwig sees herself in young Saoirse Ronan through the unconditional love of her mother.

“A mother’s love is unconditional” no matter how much you get on each other’s nerves. Life lessons will be learnt and your mother is always there to guide you. Adolescence¬†is a weird time however, a period where you want to … Continue reading Lady Bird: Greta Gerwig sees herself in young Saoirse Ronan through the unconditional love of her mother.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Darkly humoured Martin McDonagh fiercely directs Frances McDormand into an award-winning performance.

To find your daughter’s killer, you will do whatever means necessary to capture them. But, what if your local police force is incapable of pulling their fingers out of their arses to get them? You would have to take matters … Continue reading Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Darkly humoured Martin McDonagh fiercely directs Frances McDormand into an award-winning performance.

Bright: Waving a magic wand cannot save Will Smith & Joel Edgerton from David Ayer’s misdirection.

What do you get when you put trolls and fairies into a harsh “cops and robbers” thriller? A very mediocre and average film by the looks of it when David Ayer’s directing it. You’d think with a very unique and … Continue reading Bright: Waving a magic wand cannot save Will Smith & Joel Edgerton from David Ayer’s misdirection.