After We Collided Review – A Sequel That Mistakes Gratuity For Maturity

So, if you don’t spend an awful lot of time on Twitter, or you aren’t a fifteen year old girl, you may not be sure what film I’m talking about today – I envy you that. A sequel to the film After, which I watched on Netflix over lockdown in a moment of quarantine based malaise, After We Collided is a literary adaptation of the … Continue reading After We Collided Review – A Sequel That Mistakes Gratuity For Maturity

Tenet Review – An Intricate, Beautiful Machine That Lacks A Core

Christopher Nolan, as much as I respect his work, has never been a filmmaker whose work I was naturally drawn to. His brand is coolly awe-inspiring and cerebral, never wasting a second, and always gravitating around grand ideas beyond the human – on the contrary, I’m drawn to films that stop to smell the roses, more focused on the experience of being human than attempting … Continue reading Tenet Review – An Intricate, Beautiful Machine That Lacks A Core

The Kissing Booth 2 Review – It’s All Too Much

Prior to watching The Kissing Booth 2, I wasn’t sure whether it was possible to feel nostalgia for something that you hated and still do hate. But I was proven wrong – in retrospect, the original Kissing Booth actually means a surprising amount to my career as a film critic. It was the first film I reviewed for a site other than my own, the first … Continue reading The Kissing Booth 2 Review – It’s All Too Much