Hi friends, It's not a game changer by any respect. It's a quaint little story about love and loss, set just after World War II. At moments the wealth of emotion I felt was truly wonderful. It's a complete story told with little moments and they express the humanity of the war. You go through … Continue reading The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018) Review
What can I say about this exceptional piece of work. Was it one of he best films I have ever seen? Absolutely not! But was it one of the most original and highly enjoyable films I have ever seen? Absolutely! I was pleasantly surprised by this movie, I didn't know a whole lot about it, … Continue reading A QUIET PLACE
Dear reader, This isn't a full blown review, it's going to be more of a self reflection post like my post on mother! I felt throughout that this movie perfectly captures what it was like for me to come out. Holding on to the assumption so that nothing changed. Then when it came to finally … Continue reading Love, Stobie
Hard to believe this film came to cinemas almost 4 months ago and still going strong. It's had more staying power than Star Wars. But I can see why it's simple message of love yourself warts and all,would resonate more with people than the message of The Last Jedi. A film which has proven quite … Continue reading The Greatest Showman. (2017)
Incredible. I left the cinema in awe. This film deserves the laurels afforded to it thus far. Frances McDormand is superb. She is both fierce and hilarious. She brings such a powerful presence. McDormand kicks the crap out of people with words, she challenges every aspect of society that hasn't avenged her daughter. She challenges … Continue reading Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri
No spoilers in this one just a quickie to give you my take. Stobie's take on Star Wars is that he loves Star Wars. However, the first time I saw this installment, I was thrown off by the opening crawl but the characters' charmed me with their wit and tenacity. There was some things I … Continue reading Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.
A film to make you laugh, to cry and laugh while you cry. The story of his Auggie and his family is the story of us all.