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.
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I loved this film start to finish. All the actors are great as always but for me Jason Isaacs was a stitch. He was both a terrifying general and felt natural as one of the lads. His character was rambunctious and hilarious. He has some good punchlines, pun intended. I don't know if I have … Continue reading The Death and Times of Joseph Stalin
At first I just hated this film but as time has passed I can't help but recognise that this is how art works. It makes you feel and reflect. While it will never be my movie of choice I am definitely glad I experienced it and I am glad the studio took the risk. Now where's Harold and Kumar DVD.
I'm back with a review for the newest IT (2017). This is the kind of horror I love. Old-fashioned monster who preys on everyone's fears. A monster that creeps into your house and scares the bejaysus out of you. This year has been a good year for child actors and this film is no exception … Continue reading What’s IT? (2017)
Get ready, here's the next step in Spidey's evolution.. The hipster skateboarder! This film doesn't suffer from the same cliches as its predecessor and the character relationships seem more natural. Gwen Stacey(Emma Stone) and Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) naturally notice each other and become naturally enamoured with one another and you really want them to … Continue reading Amazing Spider-man nerdy coolguy? Homecoming part 2.
I'll start with man who started it all Sam Raimi's Spider-man, Tobey Maguire. This film's story has not aged well. Tobey's Peter isn't just a nerd he's a loser. If you forget at any stage don't worry the movie will remind you so you feel extra sorry for him, Flash played by Joe Manganiello starts … Continue reading Homecoming and the Tale of three Spider-men Part 1.
So here it is. The film that started the fall, story-wise it resembles a narrative mesh of the first two in the new trilogy, but much like it's predecessors it has its own distinct flavour and it also skips baby Caesar growing up. I will explore that in my review of Rise and Dawn. This … Continue reading Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972)