Darren Aronofsky is known for having a strong psychological element to his works. Black Swan being a prime example of his masterful way of building story and meaning, as well as a sense of the unreal, through imagery. He is good at rendering the inner turmoil of a character as an outer manifestation and isn’t afraid to get ugly or dark, as those of you … Continue reading mother! – Review
by Wayne D’Cruz Set in an isolated house, mother is centred on the seemingly blissful life of a once-renowned writer (Javier Bardem) and his young wife (Jennifer Lawrence). Bardem suffers from writers’ block. Lawrence spends all her time renovating Bardem’s home that was destroyed in a fire with everything he held dear, barring the exception of a jewelled stone. As Lawrence toils away tirelessly with … Continue reading mother! – Review
A combination of Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem and Darren Aronofsky should promise nothing but good things, and when they slowly tease out a horror film that looks filled to the brim with insane horror, and creepy strangers, you can count most of us here at We Make Movies on Weekends on board! The film revolves around a couple in a seemingly secluded house When a … Continue reading mother! – Brand New Trailer & Clips!
Remember when Pirates of the Caribbean was exciting? I do. I remember being heading to the cinemas at the age of 14, one of my first cinema experiences, and finding myself overwhelmed with joy. The sea-faring escapade was devilishly good with a terrific villain in Captain Barbosa, special and creepy effects, adventure scenes that are amazing, and Jack Sparrow – a hilarious intoxicated anti-hero pirate … Continue reading Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge – Review