Every once in a very long while, I actually post a full fledged movie review. Weekly, I post roundups of what I’ve seen. Even more frequently, check Instagram for quotes a quick-reviews. Read, discuss and, hopefully, find something you enjoy.
As a fan of any particular gaming franchise, you go into a movie adaptation with…no expectations. Resident Evil and Paul W.S. Anderson already put us through a series of sub-mediocre movies that had more scenes ripped-off from other successful films, than what they had in common with the games. Johannes Roberts (of 47 Meters DownContinue reading “Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (2021)”
Netflix just released a documentary about F1 legend and hero-of-my-childhood Michael Schumacher. Created by the trio of Hanns-Bruno Kammertöns, Vanessa Nöcker and Michael Wech, it has been received with a modicum of positivity. While not a remarkable piece of filmmaking, as a major fan of MSC I found it to be a nostalgic and atContinue reading “Schumacher (2021)”
A portrait hinting at a complex lead, but never quite revealing him.
“I think the fact that he spelled his name with two “r”s was a warning that he would be complicated” (Kevin Nealon) I knew little of Garry Shandling before watching Judd Apatow’s documentary, a four + hour tribute that reveals itself as an exploration of what drives us to do more than just (the Shakespearian)Continue reading “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling (2018)”
Incompleteness is an important theme to Ana Lungu’s feature, a ‘story’ about three friends cohabiting with one another, featuring a selection of scenes from their lives. The ever so slight narrative circles around Iris, who is dealing with the sudden death of her boyfriend and looking to fill the void. The boundaries between reality andContinue reading “One and a Half Prince (2018): Review”
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