I have never understood the appeal of Le Mans, the world’s oldest endurance car race. First held in 1923 at the Sarthe road racing circuit just outside the titular French town, it entails groups of drivers (nowadays a minimum of … Continue reading Le Mans ’66 – Review
Everyone has a premise. From your Dad to the man down the pub, there are loads of ideas out there. So many ideas in the world and very few run with it, often babbling along with an alcoholic slur or … Continue reading Downsizing – Review
Downsizing is an absurd idea. That’s not to say it won’t be amazing, merely that the entire premise is borderline insane. The film is what appears to be a sci-fi comedy with more emphasis on the former than the latter. … Continue reading Downsizing – Brand New Trailer & Clips!
When cities became more and more congested, the more affluent members of society decided to move to the outskirts to have more space and freedom to raise their children and live the idyllic, carefree life away from all the smog … Continue reading Suburbicon – Brand New Trailer!
Much like Ethan Hunt and James Bond, James Bourne is one of those invincible guys that just keeps on going; an unstoppable movie force that execs have no problem resurrecting. Using his steely gaze and focused demeanour for good (sort of) … Continue reading Jason Bourne – Review (Spoilers!)
Coming from evocative director Zhang Yimou, however, it could just be my own personal issues. The film revolves around an elite force who defend humanity on top of the titular iconic structure. Hmmm. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Hmm. There are thoughts surrounding this … Continue reading The Great Wall – Brand New Trailer!