The Breaker Upperers Review – Kiwi Comedy That Could Do With More Weird (Rating: 6/10)

With Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s growing popularity – the former involved with Marvel and the latter with Disney Animation – New Zealand comedy is a genre on the rise. Arguably gaining initial traction with Flight of the Conchords and later What We Do In The Shadows, the quirky aesthetics and awkward dialogue have now entered into the global popular culture – ‘werewolves not swearwolves’ is a quote … Continue reading The Breaker Upperers Review – Kiwi Comedy That Could Do With More Weird (Rating: 6/10)

Roma Review – A Thoughtful, Loving Portrait Of A Neglected Woman (Rating: 10/10)

Following the BFI London Film Festival back in October, the Twitter buzz for Roma was completely unavoidable. From debates on whether it’s even worth watching through Netflix on TV instead of in theatres, to discussions of how it was undeniably the best film of 2018, the hype was unbelievable. So I put it off – only for around a week after the initial Netflix release, but … Continue reading Roma Review – A Thoughtful, Loving Portrait Of A Neglected Woman (Rating: 10/10)