Author’s note: let’s just address right here and now that I’m a romantic and I will therefore gush for the next few hundred words because this film was stunning. Okay, carry on What a movie. What a cast. What a soundtrack. I know this may be a big call, but this is why I love and want to make movies […]
As my upcoming trip to Bali approaches I can’t help but assess and compare my standards and approach to travel. I’ve always been a tolerant person who tries* to see even the smallest bit of good in someone. This also applies in trying to see someone else’s perspective. Often I will outright accept that a person […]
Ah, Woody Allen. I hate you and I love you.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a film review as I haven’t really seen anything worth writing about as of late I did see Girl on the Train last week, which I loved, but I was too into the movie to take any mental notes on it. So, props to Tate Taylor and the love […]
First of all, can we just talk about the debate for a second? Ouch. It was so painful, holy crow. This takes second hand embarrassment to a whole new level! I don’t really like to discuss politics often with people as I think everyone makes their own decisions for reasons that make sense to them. […]
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, based on the best selling-novel, is a Tim Burton themed wonderland. From gothic visuals and costumes to the recurring character types, Tim Burton’s style is visibly translated across everything he touches, and this film is no different. The film is equal parts dark, spooky and quirky and follows the […] […]
Over the past 70 odd years, Animated films have mostly served the purpose entertaining children, but are now becoming less a guilty pleasure for adults and more mainstream cinema.