Nick Robinson is definitely one of the best upcoming stars right now. Making his name on TV and small film roles, he has risen the ranks to be an accomplished leading man. This continue with Love, Simon. Also starring Katherine Langford (from 13 Reasons Why,) Love, Simon is a coming of age comedy revolving around the titular character who is struggling to come out as gay. … Continue reading Love, Simon – Brand New Trailer!
There have been a lot of films about farms lately: God’s Own Country, The Levelling, and Tom of the Farm, there has been a load of barn based dramas. Now we’re getting some more with Dark River! The film sees Alice returning home to her village for 15 years after the death of her father but finds herself at battles over her family’s farm. Starring … Continue reading Dark River – Brand New Trailer!
Here at We Make Movies On Weekends, we certainly love our anime. That’s why we’re so excited for the visually beautiful Lu Over The Wall. The film revolves around a young Kai who’s whole world is turned upside down when he meets the quirky but adorable mermaid Lu. Together the pair go on some crazy adventures. Directed by Masaaki Yuasa, Lu Over the Wall looks … Continue reading Lu Over The Wall – Brand New Trailer!
Love in the city is hard. It’s a tricky beast, people weaving in and out of love under the London skyline. A lot of films have tried to capture this and portray it on the big screen. We end up with sickly awkward but genuinely sweet movies such as Love Actually or Man Up. But Mercedes Gowers’ Brakes is a toe-curling and intimately emotional indie … Continue reading “Explosive, young, and on the edge.” Mercedes Gower talks movie Brakes
We are constantly being told to keep our emotions at bay, with insipid phrases quipping at us, we are conditioned to believe that feelings are the enemy. If you cry, you are weak. If you admit that you’re unhappy, you’re attention seeking. If you do anything remotely “sensitive,” you are condemned. This ideology is wrong: There is no harm in talking about how you are … Continue reading The Work – Review
Many may be unfamiliar with the 1968 classic, Planet of The Apes, yet it is virtually impossible to not recognise this often-quoted line: “Take your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape!” From The Big Bang Theory to Chris Rock’s Top Five, POTA has been referenced consistently throughout popular culture. And this is a credit to the work of Pierre Boulle (source novelist), writers … Continue reading War For The Planet of The Apes – Review