What the Dickens!? – Twist (Film Review)

Posted by - January 27, 2021
The tale of Oliver Twist is one that has been reinterpreted in many ways since beginning life as one of Charles Dickens’ most defining pieces of literature nearly 200 years ago. As is the case with any property that ends up in the public domain, a new take on the tale of the orphan boy
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“Don’t try to Understand it. Feel it.” – Tenet (Blu-ray Review)

Posted by - December 22, 2020
Christopher Nolan’s Tenet was certainly one of the most talked-about films of the year, and rightfully so. Aside from the film being another mysterious and ambitious narrative by the celebrated auteur, featuring a talented list of actors like John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, Tenet was also the industry's hope of reviving the cinema-going experience. Although it didn’t succeed
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“I Haven’t Forgotten How to Dream” – Come Away (Film Review)

Posted by - December 18, 2020
What if Peter not-yet-Pan and Alice not-yet-in-Wonderland were siblings? That's the central conceit of seasoned animation director Brenda Chapman's first live-action feature Come Away. In fact, it's just about all there is to the movie. Arriving quietly a week before Christmas, despite a glittering cast of A-listers, it's a sludgy, leaden disaster of an adventure.

Christmas A Humbug: Why Michael Caine Remains The Definitive Scrooge

Posted by - December 11, 2020
There are more reasons than you can count why The Muppet Christmas Carol from 1992 is one of the best Christmas films ever made. The singing, the story and most importantly, the Muppets themselves. But with such headline-grabbing antics from Jim Henson’s believed creations, it is easy to overlook the film’s human element. Michael Caine