One of the biggest staples of the two-star fantasy film is that book adaptations. If you are an author and you write a mildly successfully story with a little hint of magic then watch out; Hollywood is going to dive … Continue reading The Middling Earth: Artemis Fowl (2020)
Hollywood love is so grand, isn’t it? It’s long and passionate speeches in the rain. It’s running through airports trying to stop that ill-fated flight from absconded with a soulmate. It’s big band gestures and super attractive white-teethed people professing … Continue reading Ordinary Love – Review
Apatow certainly does his white male losers and stoner comedies. The 40-Year-Old Virgin, This is 40, and heck, even white women get a look-in with Amy Schumer led Trainwreck. Any overgrown mess of a human gets a chance for redemption … Continue reading The King of Staten Island – Review
Spike Lee is an immutable filmmaker. For over three decades, Spike Lee has dazzled us with comedies, thrillers, action-movies, and social commentary movies. From Do The Right Thing to the 25th Hour, and to 2018’s Academy Award winning BlacKkKlansman, Lee … Continue reading Da 5 Bloods – Review
Art is interchangeable. A book can be a film. A film can be a stage show. A stage show can be a TV series. A cult classic could be a musical which is then turned into back into a film. … Continue reading The Quarantine Binge: What We Do in the Shadows – TV Series Review
We may not have had a proper all-singing, all-dancing Eurovision Song Contest but we do have the next best thing. Erm…a film with Will Ferrell. Directed by David Dobkin and also featuring Rachel McAdams, the movie revolves around a plucky … Continue reading Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga – Brand New Trailer!