Do you ever hear a silly film title and just think “This is ripe for mick-taking”, then find out it’s actually serious film? Yeah. This is Cocaine Godmother. Cocaine Godmother is based on the life of Miami drug lord Griselda Blanco (Catherine Zeta-Jones), a pioneer of the drug trade in the 70s and 80s. Despite having a title that sounds like an Adam Sandler parody of Narcos, where Pablo Escobar’s … Continue reading Cocaine Godmother – Brand New Trailer!
There are three different types of films in this world; those you enjoy, those you despise and those you just can’t place into either category. For the most part, everyone has their own preferences with a few exceptions which are arbitrarily attached to one group (Citizen Kane in the good, the entirety of the DCU save Wonder Woman in the bad, and The Room and … Continue reading Brakes – Review
Back in 2002, Evil Dead director Sam Raimi weaved a web of movies for Tobey Maguire’s fresh-faced nerd Peter Parker turned superhero Spider-Man. Spawning one of the best comic book sequels of all time with Spider-Man 2, and a disastrous third outing (with the best crotch based dancing) in Spider-Man 3, we all needed a regeneration for the creepy-crawly hero. Flash forward to 2012 where … Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming – Review
We are always being told not to be emotional. We’re taught to keep our feelings to ourselves, to suffer in silence, and not to cry. We’re constantly told to bottle up until it explodes. Directed by Jairus McLeary & Gethin Aldous, The Work revolves around volunteers that head to Folsom Prison to participate in a group session with prison in order to deal with their emotional conflict … Continue reading “It isn’t just limited to prisons.” – Director Jairus McLeary talks The Work