It’s often the more bizarre and outlandish TV concepts that make for the best experiences; the fourth season of Bojack Horseman comes out today on Netflix, and I had to take this opportunity to talk about one of the most unique shows of our time. Bojack Horseman is an animated show centred around a depressed, alcoholic, washed up sitcom actor…Who also happens to be an … Continue reading You Must Watch…Bojack Horseman (Netflix)
The Jim Crow Laws of America are a terrible stain on the country’s history. The lack of social parity between whites and blacks is something many would rather forget happened, and others want us to remember it to prevent anything like it happening again. But that’s not what we’re here to discuss. Mudbound is set within this time period and focusses on the lives of … Continue reading Mudbound – Brand New Trailer!
Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon and Nicholas Hoult…Who knew electricity could be so damn enticing? The Current War isn’t just a great pun; it’s the dramatic story of the cutthroat race between electricity titans Thomas Edison (Cumberbatch) and George Westinghouse (Shannon) to determine whose electrical system would power the modern world. It also stars Tom Holland and Katherine Waterston because we apparently we did something to … Continue reading The Current War – Brand New Trailer!
Here at We Make Movies on Weekends, we champion filmmakers of all kinds, from all over the world, and encourage you to seek and enjoy the finest that cinema has to offer. That’s why it’s important to never ignore world cinema; time after time, some of the best films of each year come from far outside this country, and A Fantastic Woman looks to be no exception. … Continue reading A Fantastic Woman – Brand New Trailer!
The recent release of Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk has reignited our slowly smouldering fascination with the Second World War. It is a fantastically shot tale of heroic feats from British civilians. Of course, unbeknownst to many, it is actually the second film about Dunkirk that has been made. The first film of the dramatic crossing was originally released in 1957 and has recently been restored and … Continue reading Dunkirk: Screening on the Beach – Special Event at Camber Sands!
Coming of age Indie flick Moon Dogs brings a bizarrely brilliant tale to our screens. A love triangle of sorts mixing a cocktail of brooding teenage angst, sexual awakening’s and the power of good music. Initial thoughts will be to switch this off as dud opening lines between couple Michael and Suzy emerge, not exactly hooking us in. But fear not, Downton Abbey’s TV director … Continue reading Moon Dogs – Review