Unpopped Kernels: Begin Again (2014)

John Carney has masterminded some delicate stories and inventive musical pieces that have shot songs into our hearts, coating us with a balance of heart and despair. Working through our emotional cores through the power of song, Carney is one of Ireland’s best directors whose work with Once sent us on a soul-searching journey that has since taken to the West End and Broadway. Returning a couple … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: Begin Again (2014)

Spotlight (2016) – DVD & Blu-Ray Review

Best Picture Oscars have always been contentious. Whilst sometimes the best picture of the year is celebrate, more often than not voters succumb to cinematic bait that is broiling with “current themes” such as racism, sexual abuse, or a “true story.” So for every genuine winner such as Silence of The Lambs and 12 Years A Slave, there are heaps of How Green is My … Continue reading Spotlight (2016) – DVD & Blu-Ray Review

Now You See Me 2 – Brand New Trailer!

It does seem like there are a lot of sequels and reboots out there. Yawn. It’s as though Hollywood has run out of ideas and is piggy-backing off ideas they’ve already made successful. There is a magical fountain of original ideas that Hollywood to pool ideas from but it’s like they have no faith in unique ideas and new writers that they have tokeep churning … Continue reading Now You See Me 2 – Brand New Trailer!

Infinitely Polar Bear (2014) – Review

Mental illness in film is a really hard thing to depict because every single experience is different, there is still large stigma around it, and it is hard to equate someone’s suffering when you haven’t suffered something similar. Many of the more successful movies intricately weave their own backstory in order to provide an insight to people plighted by a mental disease and how they … Continue reading Infinitely Polar Bear (2014) – Review