Director: David Leitch Starring: Charlize Theron & James McAvoy Review Author: Shaun Rating: 3.2/5 Martini’s I’m a huge fan of the spy film genre, saying that the spy genre really just falls […]
Director: Nikolaj Arcel Starring: Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey & Tom Taylor Review Author: Shaun Rating: 2.5/5 silverbullets What if there were other worlds; a series of alternate dimensions that work together in […]
Grim, gritty and gruesome, pilgrimage has plenty of guts but no glory.
Directed By: Luc Besson Starring: Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne & Clive Owen Reviewed By: Shaun Rating: 2 out of a Thousand Beers Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, […]
Director: Trey Edward Shults Starring: Joel Edgerton, Carmen Ejogo, Christopher Abbot Review Author: Tony Rating: 4.25/5 Brandies in the dark. oh post-apocalyptic films, why do your depictions of misery and the decline of humanity bring […]
I swear to every god, the first time the beach gets bombed by planes scared the shit out of me.
Well, it’s finally here, we are delighted to debut our first Spotlight article. The aim of Spotlight is to shine a literal spotlight on independent and low budget films and the […]
War for the Planet of the Apes is a shining example of how much more a blockbuster can be
Expect the best giraffe and 9/11 jokes you’ve likely ever heard, but mostly rejoice in the graceful balance between life and death, comedy found in daily life, and the real relationship struggles.
The comedic ability of the actors turns to dramatic skill very quickly at certain parts that really highlighted not only the day to day struggles of various conditions but also the social and emotional struggles too.