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...

Postal Review – A hilarious and offensive comedy from Uwe Boll

Uwe Boll, from what I’ve heard, is one of the worst directors of all time. But like any “bad” director, his films...

Shaft 2000 Review – A contemporary reboot like no other

If there’s one thing I’d be happy to spend some money on, it would be sequels and reboots to the original Richard...

Brazil Review – A masterful blend of weird and wonderful

If there is one inconsistency in this world, it’s the output of director Terry Gilliam. For a time, I thought he...

Michael Collins Review – An engrossing account of the Irish Civil War

I know quite literally nothing about Irish history, heritage or really anything about the culture or people who live there. Not that...

Blue Jasmine Review – Allen struggles to keep his head above water

As he staggers through the modern age of filmmaking, I can’t shake the feeling that Woody Allen is struggling to keep himself...
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