Awards Season, Reviews / 16.12.2020

Every year, we film critics hope to find those rare movies that deservedly earn the title of "masterpiece." It's a term many seem to throw around quite liberally these days, but it's a word this particularly film critic has always reserved for the absolute cream of the crop. In 2020, it's a pleasure to bestow this special title to writer/director Lee Isaac Chung's Minari; a film that completely took my breath away, leaving it quite difficult to surmise the right words to describe the beauty of Chung's treasure. Every...

Reviews / 09.07.2020

Movie trailers are often a double-edged sword. On the one hand, they can give you a tantalising taste of what to expect from a film. On the other, they have the potential to completely ruin any element of surprise pertaining to a film's plot. Their existence forms a necessary element of every studio's marketing plans, but, sometimes, your experience with a film would be far greater by going in completely cold on details. Such is the case with the romantic comedy Palm Springs, which was a film this critic...