Downsizing is an absurd idea. That’s not to say it won’t be amazing, merely that the entire premise is borderline insane. The film is what appears to be a sci-fi comedy with more emphasis on the former than the latter. Matt Damon and Kristen Wiig play a happily married couple who are offered the chance, along with everyone else in the world to be shrunk … Continue reading Downsizing – Brand New Trailer & Clips!
A long dinner table sits centre of an opulent room. Men adorned in bright red wait with bated breath as they prepare for a very special ceremony. A party of the upper-classes trickles into the room somewhat excited to dine with Queen Victoria. But this is to be another monotonous moment for Her Majesty, the start of an exhausting routine. The food is quickly gobbled, … Continue reading Victoria & Abdul – Review
There’s one key thing that sticks out in films, above most other things; passion. A film is instantly more enjoyable when you can see clear as day that the people making it were in love with it, and even when the execution isn’t great, it can elevate the film and speak volumes about those behind the camera. I’m not trying to imply that Dirty Books … Continue reading Short Circuit: Dirty Books
Welcome back to my adventure through the filmography of one of the most iconic filmmaker’s of all time, Steven Spielberg. We’re skipping ahead a little here; The Sugarland Express and Jaws were his next films, but not only is Close Encounters of the Third Kind getting a brand new Blu-Ray release, it’s also kicking off the BFI’s Spielberg season this weekend, so the other two … Continue reading Close Encounters of the Third Kind – Review