Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is a horrendous film, with its protagonist easily being one of the worst characters I have ever had to endure on the big screen. Continue reading Film Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
With Spy, Melissa McCarthy has delivered possibly her finest performance to date in a film that is a fantastic send up of the spy genre while also being a pretty good straight up spy movie. Continue reading Film Review: Spy
Inside Out is another gem from Pixar; a funny, heartfelt, and brilliant idea that’s perfectly executed, but its predictability keeps it from the upper echelon of the studio’s best. Continue reading Film Review: Inside Out
The Wolfpack is an engaging and bizarre story told through documentary form, sadly, it mostly misses the forest for the trees. Continue reading Film Review: The Wolfpack
Years ago there was a little girl who was afraid to walk out into her front yard for fear that tiny dinosaurs would gorge themselves on her soft little legs. In all fairness to her father the yard was mowed to a level in which the grass blades would do little to provide cover for their surprise reveal, but imagination will take you to places that defy logic. Continue reading Film Review: Jurassic World
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Results is a shaggy character study with three great performances, but the film never really hooked me in to the drama around the characters. Continue reading Film Review: Results
Give a film the title of Tomorrowland and it’s only natural to expect to see something largely focusing on the land of tomorrow. Unfortunately what we do get is something more bogged down in the generic doom and gloom story as to why we don’t deserve to go there. Continue reading Film Review: Tomorrowland
Slow West is a swift, brutal and humorous western, full of wonderful characters and vignettes before building to its crazy conclusion. Continue reading Film Review: Slow West
Mad Max: Fury Road is an insane and brilliant vision from George Miller, full of endless imagination as it keeps raising the bar on the impossible. Continue reading Film Review: Mad Max: Fury Road