Greta Gerwig's directorial debut is a thoughtful, poignant, yet funny coming-of-age story that is beautifully written and performed.
A sci-fi romantic comedy drama that tells a beautifully touching story of a relationship that transcends all boundaries, with a brilliant performance from Sally Hawkins.
A beautifully-written dark comedy drama that explores justice, family and guilt, with strong characters and even stronger performances from Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell. A definite Oscar favourite.
A well-orchestrated film, with top notch actors and director, it tells a politically-charged story circulating around US involvement in the Vietnam war and the Washington Post. A typical Oscar-bait film that sadly lacks originality.
My predictions for the 2018 Golden Globe Awards!
My top 10 films of 2017! Plus those I'm looking forward to watching in 2018!
A collection of 2017 films that I haven't had time to review, but stood out for me (in good and bad ways).
A dramatic and vivid retelling of a classic Agatha Christie whodunit, that at times felt rushed and over-simplified.
To celebrate the release of Avengers: Infinity War trailer, here are my rankings of all the MCU films.
Thor: Ragnarok is perhaps the first Marvel film that's more a comedy with action, rather than an action movie with comedy. With Taika Waititi at the helm, this stands out as being the funniest MCU film yet. Expect Jeff Goldblum to be at his Goldblum-iest best.