Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Review: The Banker

Showcasing some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry such as Samuel L. Jackson and Anthony Mackie, The Banker is the first of its...

Review: The Platform

There are three kinds of people: the ones above, the ones below and the once who fall. The Platform is a psychological thriller by a...

Extended Review: Netflix Party Chrome Extension

Here’s what I thought I might do during the indefinite COVID-19 shutdown: Learn a language Redecorate Keep a detailed log of this historical event...

Review: The Invisible Man (2020)

Based on the H.G. Wells science fiction, The Invisible Man is a slick modern horror which gives a new perspective on the classic notion:...

Review: Altered Carbon – S2

Altered Carbon is a world of pure cyberpunk, a world that has evolved to the point where your entire being is loaded onto a...

Review: All the Bright Places

All that glitters is not gold. All The Bright Places centres around Violet Markey (Elle Fanning), who struggles with grief after the death of...

Review: Doctor Who S12

Doctor Who has got its mojo back. After a disappointing first series as showrunner, Chris Chibnall has returned in spectacular fashion with Series 12,...

Review: Dark Waters

The truth has a man on the inside. The story of Dark Waters is based on a real-life case of legal practice. It depicts how...

Review: Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Celine Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire was one of the front runners for the Palme D’or at Cannes Film Festival and won...

Review: The Call of the Wild

The Call of the Wild, which plays like those sofa-warming, cheesy 1970s Disney films such as Grizzly Adams and Wilderness Family, is a sweet...

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