A film adaption of August Wilson's play which fails to translate a dialogue-heavy and artistic work onto the screen.
An exceptionally well-performed cultural piece exploring race, sexuality and identity that deserves all its accolades will resonate with many watchers, but slow plot and pacing left me in the dark.
An uplifting and entertaining film about an important untold story of three African-American women at NASA who overcame great adversities to be of service to their nation.
A surprise performer of the year, this modern Western updates the old 'steal from rich, give to poor' storyline with brilliant performances but an overall average plot.
My Oscar predictions for 2017!
An inspirational yet graphic depiction of an extraordinary conscientious objector who become a hero without ever shooting a single bullet.
An underrated, charming and refreshing film that expertly threads humour into deeper issues of family, guilt and death.
Rating: Very severe Year: 2015 Running time: 1 hour 58 minutes Director: Lenny Abrahamson Cast: Brie Larson, Jacob Tremblay, Joan Allen, William H. Macy Spoiler alert in effect. What a revelation this is. This film really makes you feel something, makes you feel something you don't necessarily want to feel. It's hard to watch, but … Continue reading Room (When I was small, I only knew small things. But now I’m five, I know EVERYTHING!)