Fallen Kingdom explores the theme of weaponising dinosaurs and treating them as commodities, stripping away the franchises’ original pull of people falling prey to prehistoric predators.
A fairly “PG-13” sci-fi TV show would divide so many on the subject of political correctness, the modern family and what counts as entertainment. Danger, Will Robinson – scatterblast of opinions inbound.
Netflix’s Mute has a vibrant neon innocence that soon rolls over to expose a seedy underbelly, proving impossible not to Continue reading
Margot Robbie delivers one of her best performances to date as the controversial figure skater, Tonya Harding.
It’s recent place on the Netflix home screen led me into one of those ‘accidental in-depth psychoanalysis of the major scenes moments’, leading me to believe that the direction in Spotlight is anything short of awe inspiring.
In order to help me climb my festive Everest, my mum used to sit me down and we would watch Scrooge.With high-kicks and adventures aplenty, it is safe to assume it didn’t calm me down.
Plot-twists were at times difficult to follow, but watching Charlize Theron walk around Berlin in slow-motion to the tune of David Bowie’s Cat People is hard to resist.
Margaret Atwood’s Soviet Berlin-inspired novel comes to life with an outstanding performance from Elisabeth Moss, but how do they compare?