My Dinner with Andre Review – A slice of life masterpiece

Putting off a social interaction, I’m sure we’ve all been there. Time after time there are plans made that you just don’t really want...

A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy – A solid enough comedy

Woody Allen’s consistency when he is in charge both in front of and behind the camera is superb. Only with Zelig did he not...

Date Movie Review – A disgusting comedy film that should be forgotten

When you watch as many films as I do, it’s good every now and then to reset the palette with something truly awful. Watching...

Sorcerer Review – A thrilling, action packed Friedkin classic

Going in to Sorcerer, it’s key to note that this Freidkin directed piece was poorly received upon its release. Interesting, as many of the films...

Lost Highway Review – A classically styled Lynch thriller

David Lynch will always confuse me, but I think that’s his intention with films like Lost Highway, a movie that throws narrative structure and...

O’ Brother Where Art Thou? Review – Another Coen Classic

With such an efficient consistency to their work, it’s no surprise that The Coen Brothers are able to crank out classics on a usually...

Happiness Review – A lack of coherence leads to a snoozefest

Movies that give me nothing to write about, or any real opinion aside from “it was fine”, are the worst type of movies to...

True Stories Review – David Byrne’s legacy defining piece

I feel like I’m missing some of the love that has been cast upon Talking Heads lead singer David Byrne’s feature film, True Stories....

The Master Review – Another classic from Paul Thomas Anderson

With such a great consistency, Paul Thomas Anderson is fast becoming one of my favourite directors. He directed the great Daniel Day...

The Boss Review – Another horrific American comedy stinker

I’ve said it before and I will say it again, Melissa McCarthy is a good actor when she’s not been placed into...
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