89th Academy Awards 2017

Here are the categories most people will be interested in. Not that all the categories shouldn't be shown respect but the big six below are the ones the general public take an interest in. I list the favourite, a potential winner and my choice. Let me know who you think should, could, and will win... Continue Reading →

Hell or High Water Review

'Justice isn't a crime' From the mind of the man who wrote the 2015 hit movie Sicario comes Hell or High Water, a gritty entertaining drama set in the West Texas about two bank robbers and the Texas Rangers who pursue them. Chris Pine and Ben Foster shine as the brothers who start robbing banks... Continue Reading →

Hidden Figures Review

'We get to the peak together, or we don't get there at all' Inspired by the true events of America’s efforts during the space race, Hidden Figures is the story of three remarkable women and the way they contributed to the success of the NASA program. Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae star... Continue Reading →

Moonlight Review

Barry Jenkins creates a beautiful story of a young man at three stages of his life where he goes through the struggles of race, drugs and his sexual identity. Moonlight follows Chiron as a young African American boy growing up in a community suffering under drugs whilst coming to terms with his sexuality in a... Continue Reading →

Lion Review

'Lion is the movie that no one is talking about but everyone should be seeing' Lion is based on the true story of Saroo Brierley a young Indian boy who is separated from his family when he wakes up on a moving train. Trapped on the train for days Saroo finally disembarks in Calcutta thousands... Continue Reading →

La La Land Review

‘Not Oscar Bait, but a really well-made, highly enjoyable film.’ If I saw La La Land in 2016 when it came out it would have made my best of the year list. Unfortunately I missed it but it would be sitting at 4. I thoroughly enjoyed La La Land; it is fantastically acted, amazingly shot, incredibly... Continue Reading →

Arrival Review

From the Director of Sicario and Prisoners Denis Villeneuve comes Arrival, a film about an Alien invasion and the two people sent to investigate it. The film stars Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Forest Whittaker and offers a refreshing look at a very played out genre of movie. When twelve alien ships land at different... Continue Reading →

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