It was around the ten minute mark when I realised what was in store for me with Uncut Gems. It’s a loud, chaotic, messy and provocative piece that fully allows Adam Sandler to showcase his dramatic acting capabilities. Something the cinema world is only greeted with in the smallest of doses. From the get-go this […]Read More Uncut Gems: Review
“I’ll always be that kid with the rolled up socks, garbage can in the corner, :05 on the clock, ball in my hands, 5… 4… 3… 2… 1” – Kobe Bryant. January 26th 2020 the world heard the news of the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, alongside his daughter Gigi and 7 others. Kobe left […]Read More Dear, Basketball: In Memoriam of Kobe Bryant
It’s been 17 years since we last saw Will Smith and Martin Lawrence take on the roles of Mike Lowery and Marcus Bennett respectively. Two loud-mouthed Miami detectives who always do things their way. Now with retirement seeming like the realistic option, with their bad boyish behaviours behind them, they find themselves roped into an […]Read More Bad Boys For Life: Review
Mendes’ one-shot war drama throws audiences into the harsh realities of the trench war, showcased through stunning filmography and a meticulous level of detail. One of the front-runners for the awards season and it’s clear to see why. 1917 is gripping from start to finish, as it exquisitely leads you through a heroes journey with […]Read More 1917: Review
It’s a burning question that I felt needed answering ever since the first wave of negative reviews started circulating. With the first responses already sending the reboot into the deepest reaches of movie hell, it wasn’t looking promising. The negativity surrounding the movie was certainly enough to talk me out of a theatre ticket, so […]Read More Just How Bad is Hellboy (2019)?
Disney’s decision to buy one of cinemas most iconic franchises received mixed reactions from audiences. Some saw it as a potential to right the (many) wrongs George Lucas presented with his prequels, others couldn’t see it as any more than a feeble attempt at raking in easy cash. The ‘new’ trilogy started back in 2015 […]Read More Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: Review (spoiler free)
Not sure how, but Michael Bay has managed to completely ‘out-Bay’ himself in his latest Netflix original, 6 Underground. Loathed by many, appreciated by nutters, Michael Bay has managed to formulate a successful career off of his energy drink aesthetic style of filmmaking. Explosions? Yep. Scantily clad women? Duh. Obnoxious American patriotism? Oh, you bet. […]Read More 6 Underground: Review