Missing Link Review – Masses Of Style, Moderate Substance (Rating: 7/10)

Despite their consistent critical acclaim and cult affection, Laika is a studio that seems to get surprisingly little mainstream love. Coraline has gotten its fair share over time, but Kubo and the Two Strings received very little attention for being, in my opinion, one of the best films of 2016, and Paranorman is often brought into conversations on the most underrated animations in recent years. As a longtime fan, … Continue reading Missing Link Review – Masses Of Style, Moderate Substance (Rating: 7/10)

Polar Review – An Ugly Example Of Bro Auteurism (Rating: 2/10)

The more I discover new, innovative filmmakers, the less I care for Quentin Tarantino. Unquestionably I enjoy watching his movies, and like many people I first got into film via Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, but after noticing his overreliance on violence and his careless treatment of racial politics, I became far less keen. I bring this up because of the enormous influence he seems to have … Continue reading Polar Review – An Ugly Example Of Bro Auteurism (Rating: 2/10)