Film Inquiry Article: Johnny English Strikes Again Review: A New Low For British Comedy

Here’s a link to my review of Johnny English Strikes Again, a tired film with no understanding of what makes good satire. If you enjoyed this review, considering donating a coffee to me on my Ko-Fi page – every little amount helps me loads with these articles! Continue reading Film Inquiry Article: Johnny English Strikes Again Review: A New Low For British Comedy

Halloween Review – The Unlikely Horror Reboot That Doesn't Disappoint (Rating: 9/10)

Though I, like many others, have a reverence for John Carpenter’s original Halloween film, I’ve also always viewed it on some level as a little bare bones. There’s some teenagers, a masked murderer wants to kill them through various creative means, the virginal girl escapes, roll credits. To be honest, I’m more of a Freddy Krueger gal in terms of slasher films – there’s a villain with … Continue reading Halloween Review – The Unlikely Horror Reboot That Doesn't Disappoint (Rating: 9/10)

A Star Is Born Review – Devastating Romance Is An Incredible Debut (Rating: 10/10)

The basic premise of A Star Is Born truly does have the potential to be timeless: a romance between two individuals as one rises and one falls, with tear-jerking consequences. However, it would be understandable to think that remaking it not twice, but three times may remove some of its power, and render it a cliché. In an unlikely twist though, this third remake, by … Continue reading A Star Is Born Review – Devastating Romance Is An Incredible Debut (Rating: 10/10)

First Man Review – A Dizzying Examination Of Grief (Rating: 8/10)

Damien Chazelle has already built up an incredible track record so early in his life and his career. Though he is only 33 years old, he has made multiple films that frequently rank among the favourites of film fans: Whiplash and La La Land. I can’t speak for Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench, but I’ve heard good things about this feature debut as well. I say this … Continue reading First Man Review – A Dizzying Examination Of Grief (Rating: 8/10)