A feel-good film that pulls at the heartstrings, Green Book is a beautiful adaptation of a true story, delivered by director Peter Farrelly in such a way as to remind us to open our arms in welcome of all.
Set a couple of decades after she’d first visited the Banks children, Mary Poppins (Emily Blunt), by way of a magical flying kite, returns to the Banks home.
There was a lot of hype surrounding Peter Jackson’s new film Mortal Engines, hype that I feel was all talk and no walk. After having watched the trailer, I felt I’d seen the whole movie. Then I watched the whole movie and what do you know, I definitely could have just left it at the trailer.
Not so much the story of a racehorse as it is the story of a boy finding his way in a lonely world, Lean on Pete captures the sad reality of youth living in poverty within a society that has all but forgotten it.
Queen was around well before my time, with Freddie Mercury’s death in 1991 taking place two years before I was even born. Regardless, and as with many of my peers across the globe, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ was still a theme song of my youth.
Following on from the original documentary on American politics, Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) by Michael Moore, Fahrenheit 11/9 delivers a close-up examination of the American democracy as it stands today. Which, under a microscope, does not look that great.
In Like Flynn stars Australian actor Thomas Cocquerel as Errol Flynn, a real-life actor renowned for his charming ways with women.
Tom Hardy has a special kind of charisma that compliments his aesthetic and makes him all the more attractive, even when bonded with a parasite that turns him into a terrifying, monstrous, alien thing named Venom.
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