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Chris Sanders' directorial debut is an adaptation of the 1903 novel by John London. The film, set in the 1890s, focuses on a dog called Buck who goes on an adventure of self-discovery after being stolen from his home. The thing that is apparent from the very beginning is that the CGI used to create … Continue reading Film Review: The Call of the Wild
From the director of Skyfall and Spectre comes 1917, an epic war film that has hauled a number of awards, and for good reason too... Because it's brilliant. 1917 is up there at the top alongside Saving Private Ryan and Hacksaw Ridge on my metaphorical list of "the best war movies". 1917 isn't just a film, it's an experience, and if you get a … Continue reading Film Review: 1917
"Once you overcome the 1-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films." This is what Parasite director Bong Joon Ho said at the Golden Globes in January after his film picked up an award for best foreign-language film. One month later, that same film took home the Oscar for Best … Continue reading Film Review: Parasite
Every so often, a film comes along that is so terrible, that you actually find it offensive. Well, we've got another one! If Satan himself asked for a film he could use to torture his subjects, he would have deemed that Dolittle was too much, even for Hell. I don't even know where to begin, this film … Continue reading Film Review: Dolittle
Yes, I know it's not the official UK title. But, the title over here is so long and stupid that I'm going to be referring to it's frankly superior title, which will save me a hell of a lot of time when writing this. Harley Quinn - Birds of Prey comes at a time where I'm … Continue reading Film Review: Harley Quinn – Birds of Prey
Clint Eastwood's latest film, Richard Jewell, is based on the true story of the Centennial Olympic Park bombing in 1996 and it's aftermath. I'll admit, this is an event that I had never heard of and knew nothing about, which was a large part of the intrigue when it came to watching this film as I … Continue reading Film Review: Richard Jewell
From the mind of Rian Johnson, comes an original Whodunnit with one of the most stacked casts I've ever seen, but is it any good? Considering when this has been written, you can probably guess the answer to this, this film has released to critical acclaim and now there is even talk of a sequel/spin-off … Continue reading Film Review: Knives Out
The first film I saw in 2020 was Jojo Rabbit, and what a way to kick off the year! Taika Waititi is firmly establishing himself as one of the Hollywood elite with his work in recent years, becoming one of those directors that will attract movie-goers by name alone. You always want to go and see … Continue reading Film Review: Jojo Rabbit