There is something beautiful about releasing a silent movie. Unlike The Artist (which, is a novelty film at best, and completely derivative and boring at worst,) there have been plenty of successful silent movies such as Return the Babylon, Blancanieves, … Continue reading The Red Turtle – Review
This was all going so well. Based on a series of popular books by Beatrice Potter, Peter Rabbit was a cheeky, blue jacket wearing titular animal who bounced across the garden of the hapless Mr McGregor nibbling at this vegetables. … Continue reading Peter Rabbit – Brand New Trailer!
What unspools is two hours and nine minutes of unbridled boredom, in which the viewer is invited to reflect, ‘why am I here? Why do I watch movies? Is this a movie? Why can’t Malick make films with real people who are closer to the characters instead of stars? Is it because he needs finance? But what do the actors get out of it? Where’s the exit? Continue reading Song to Song – Review
The Paddington movie, or rather the success of the Paddington movie came as a huge surprise to audience back in 2014. The idea of Michael Bonds beloved stories featuring a talking Peruvian Bear adopted by an English family in London, … Continue reading Paddington 2 – Preview
As with so many industries, the number of male filmmakers vastly outweighs the number of females. This is a terrible shame, and it is the reason why there are numerous companies out there offering incentives to entice more women into … Continue reading London Film Academy Announce £23,000 Scholarship for Promising Female Filmmaker!
Perhaps it began with Starsky and Hutch? It was certainly perfected by 21 Jump Street. Parody-esque reboots of vintage TV shows have been peppered through recent film history. They’re fun, they’re dumb, and they’re a good Sunday afternoon watch. Baywatch … Continue reading Baywatch – Review