On the one hand, I Lost My Body is a comedy adventure film that sees a disembodied hand try and find its own. On the other hand, I Lost My Body is a stirring meditative piece about grief and fate. Put them together and you have a complete masterpiece that is worthy of applause. Directed by Jérémy Clapin, I Lost My Body revolves around young … Continue reading I Lost My Body (J’ai perdu mon corps) – Review
by Cora One of the surprises of BFI London Film Festival comes from Amazon Studio. The Report by Scott Z. Burns, who make his directorial debut, is a high adrenaline drama and explores The Torture Report – a 6000 pages confidential government document (with a 500 pages summery make public by the congress) which looks into the enhanced interrogation tactics employed by the CIA following … Continue reading The Report – Review
Sonic the Hedgehog has had a make-over since the last trailer provoked horrified reactions. Now he’s changed for the better, and we’re excited for it. The film, directed by Jeff Fowler, sees the titular character (voiced by Ben Schwartz) come to our planet in order to save his own. Along the way, he meets a new friend named Tom (James Marsden,) However the evil Dr. … Continue reading Sonic The Hedgehog – Brand New Trailer!
Spider-Man: Homecoming was a surprising movie. At the time of release, we were already exhausted by Spider-Folk crawling around our cinema screens. Not only had the doe-eyed nerd turned muscular Peter Parker already been rebooted, we’d frankly seen enough of the web-slinging action. As with Thomas and Martha Wayne, there are only so many times we can see Uncle Ben die on the big screen. … Continue reading Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review
This review contains some spoilers for Marriage Story. The opening of Marriage Story is effective. Though it may seem like the start of a quirky romance story such as (500) Days of Summer or The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. It’s a collection of loveable traits of Nicole and Charlie, as told by the other. From always crying at movies to being a sore … Continue reading Marriage Story – Review
Disney Pixar have had a history of making life-affirming films including Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur, and more. Now they tackle the spirit of art and passion with the beautiful Soul. The film revolves around Joe Gardner who is an aspiring jazz musician. Unfortunately, an accident sees Joe separated from his soul and now he has to teach a seminar to new souls in order … Continue reading Soul – Brand New Trailer!