Reviews / 27.11.2022

Admit it. You thought the Shrek franchise was dead and buried. After the original film compltely changed the animation game in 2001 and Shrek 2 proved to be the rare sequel that lived up to its predecessor, the series limped to a disappointing third film in 2007 and a tepid conclusion in 2010 barely anyone remembers. The Puss in Boots spin-off in 2011 fared better with critics and audiences and even earned an Oscar nod for Best Animated Feature. Since then, however, this once mighty fairy tale universe has...

Reviews / 30.06.2021

A new film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe opening in theatres around the globe is surely a sign the world of cinema is beginning to return to some sense of normalcy. After three release date delays and a change in strategy that sees the film debut simultaneously on Disney+ with Premier Access, Marvel Studios' long-awaited prequel Black Widow has finally arrived to give a fallen hero her deserving swan song. Part James Bond spy thriller, part Mission: Impossible action epic with a good dose of tense familial drama, Black...

Awards Season, Reviews / 11.12.2019

You're likely assuming we did not need another film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's seminal classic Little Women. Many consider Gillian Armstrong's 1994 film to be the definitive screen version of the novel, ruling out the necessity for any further remakes. Enter actress-turned-filmmaker Greta Gerwig, whose unbridled love for Alcott's work is the driving force behind one of the year's most beautiful films and a worthy challenger to the high bar set by Armstrong. A faithful adaptation given new life by a daring storytelling technique and an impeccable ensemble cast,...

Reviews / 04.08.2019

In 2018, a bold new visionary director entered the psychological horror landscape and knocked our damn socks off. With the divisive (it's okay if you hated it) Hereditary, writer/director Ari Aster offered a hefty helping of nightmarish imagery, shocking moments, and a stunning performance by his leading lady, the Oscar-ignored (no, I'm not over it) Toni Collette. Just one year later, Aster returns to do it all again with Midsommar; an equally unsettling and disturbing endurance test for audiences, cemented by one of the best female lead performances you...

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