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  • Leave No Trace

    Leave No Trace


    "We can still think our own thoughts."

    Thomasin McKenzie's performance is outstanding in this exploration of a young girl learning to carve her own path and find her own home. It's a slow subtle drama that will either grip you with its emotional story of family bonding or will leave you completely disconnected and lost in the woods. I unfortunately was the latter, as the emotional driving force required simply passed me by and left me incredibly bored.

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    RANKED: 2018 Films

  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


    "Don't do it like me. Do it like you"

    With eye meltingly good visuals and a bold, interesting story, Miles Morales Spiderman brings a lot of heart and reinvigorates both animation and the super-hero genre. Easily the best animated movie of the year and the best Spider-Man movie to date. Stan Lee would be proud.

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    RANKED: 2018 Films

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  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

    Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom


    These creatures were here before us. And if we're not careful... they're going to be here after. Life cannot be contained. Life breaks free. Life... finds a way.

    FALLEN KINGDOM is a solid and surprising claustrophobic dino thriller, stuffed with fan pleasing easter eggs and stunning cinematography. The overall story doesnt evolve as far as I would have liked but it injects some much needed terror and style into this 25 year old dinosaur franchise.


  • Blindspotting



    “You are a convicted felon, Mr. Hoskins. You are now that until proven otherwise. Prove otherwise at all times.”

    One of the freshest films I’ve seen all year, BLINDSPOTTING not only showcases some fantastic standout performances but also features characters so fleshed out, so lived-in and authentic, that it makes their story so much more compelling.
    Perfectly paced, vibrant and energetic, the film somehow balances humour and rap with systemic racism and police brutality in a confident and seriously cool manner.

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    RANKED: 2018 Films