Isle of Dogs – Review 2

by Thomas Harris Turns out that there can be too much of a good thing. Wes Anderson, crown prince of first year art students and A-Level film grads litters Isle of Dogs with his trademark pastel colours, his symmetry, those droll readings of lines that reduce actors to mere flesh puppets. At his best, Anderson is a deeply emotional, personal director – Moonrise Kingdom and The Royal Tenenbaums his finest and … Continue reading Isle of Dogs – Review 2

Cargo – Brand New Trailer & Clips

There are some short films that stay with you. 2013 horror-drama Cargo, directed by Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke, was one of them. The story of a father who uses his last moments before turning into a zombie was a heart-breaking one. It’s only natural that this creative and intense drama would evolve into a feature length film. With Martin Freeman in the lead, the … Continue reading Cargo – Brand New Trailer & Clips

Kodachrome – Brand New Trailer!

Here at We Make Movies On Weekends, we love Jason Sudeikis. So the more movies we can cram into our eyeballs of his, the happier we are. So we’re excited for Kodachrome!  The film revolves around struggling executive Matt who finds himself on an unexpected journey after his estranged father’s nurse shows up, asking him to take his dying Dad on one last journey. With … Continue reading Kodachrome – Brand New Trailer!

Daphne & Velma – Brand New Trailer!

Some things are just completely unnecessary. Such as this: a film that denotes the rise of two popular characters in a cheesy high-school romp and direct to DVD franchise movie. It’s called Daphne and Velma and  I know you are groaning already. The film revolves around the epitomes heroes from the Scooby Doo franchise meeting in high-school and trying to solve the mystery of why their … Continue reading Daphne & Velma – Brand New Trailer!

Human Flow – Review

Much has been said about the power of film, of how effective the audio-visual format is to the art of storytelling. With Human Flow, renowned Chinese artist Ai Weiwei cleverly harnesses this power to bring to our screens an astounding portrait of one of the biggest crises of our times. Interspersed with newspaper headlines, cold hard facts and evocative verse, the film casts a wide … Continue reading Human Flow – Review