Socrates Review – A Sensitive Portrait Of Intersectional Poverty (Rating: 9/10)

In a cinematic world dominated by the MCU, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that a film requires a large budget to be competent. When the average budget of a Hollywood movie is easily in the tens of millions of dollars, and entire CGI worlds have become mundane to most viewers, films that cost less than the price of a house to … Continue reading Socrates Review – A Sensitive Portrait Of Intersectional Poverty (Rating: 9/10)

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)