The Imposter is one of the most recommended documentaries on the Internet, but are the layers of deception true to the genre?
What could have been a comedic spin on an authentic and real situation, Dope is instead one long cringe-fest. Find out more by reading the full review!
The Best Picture nomination with the least amount of hype – how will it fare in tonight’s awards? And now that I’ve seen all the Best Picture nominees, how would I rank them?
With the Oscars right around the corner I take a look at The Martian and Brooklyn to see what their chances might be.
Two months in, could Deadpool already be the most over-hyped movie of 2016?
Two Best Picture Oscar nominations based on the unraveling of two very different major world events, both treated in very different manners: Spotlight and The Big Short.
In today’s double bill in the lead up to the Oscars, I take a look at Room (2015) and The Revenant (2015). These two are perhaps the most talked about of the Best Picture nominations this year (ignoring the dull Mad Max), so which is more likely to win? And what did I think of them both? Read more to find out!
A new Charlie Kaufman film, Anomalisa comes from the genius behind Being John Malkovich, Adaptation, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Synecdoche, New York. Nominated for Best Animated Feature Film at The Oscars 2016. Introduction I have been very excited for Anomalisa for a while now, having been enamoured with all of Charlie Kaufman’s main body of work as-well as interested in the productions of Dino Stamatopulo’s Starburn Industries. But goodness, is this very different to what either have created before. Yet still absolutely fantastic. If you like any Kaufman films you have to give this one a watch….read more
Discussing Science vs Spirtuality in I Origins (2014)
The top rated film of 20151, Mad Max: Fury Road featured in many of December’s “Top 10” lists, has been heavily praised across the Internet and racked up the 2016 Oscar nominations. I just can’t understand why.