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  • Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

    Black Mirror: Bandersnatch


    Whilst a large amount of reception Bandersnatch is receiving seems to revolve around the negative view of it's 'gimmick-y nature' of 'Choose Your Own Adventure' storytelling, what Brooker has once again achieved with a Black Mirror piece, is an extremely thoughtful and in-depth meta-commentary on life through technology, in both 80s video games and their modern counterpart of interactive films.

    It's hard not to tell people that they've missed the point, as art reaches and affects us all differently, but…

  • Colette



    While some may consider its narrative journey cluttered and hasty, Colette subverts the regular story beats and ultimately achieves a refreshing and breezy patchwork of charismatic and stirring scenes, without losing the undercurrent of emotive bedrock that flows beneath.

    Rather than lose itself to this commonplace emphasis of pure drama, Richard Glatzer's screenplay chooses instead to embody the titular character's spirited and unfettered joie de vive.

    Keira Knightly melts faultlessly into her performance, dynamically bolstered by the cartoonish and wonderfully…

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  • Cloud Atlas

    Cloud Atlas


    Film #1 of the "Scavenger Hunt #4" Challenge
    Task #1 : Film featuring reincarnation

    Contrary to reviews I scanned before watching, I didn't find this film hard to follow. However, I did find it hard to see the connections between the times I thought would be so impactful. To me, it seemed a string of different stories played by the same actors with subtle but juvenile hints that they bared the same soul. Gratefully, I found some satisfaction in…

  • Drag Me to Hell

    Drag Me to Hell


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Film #3 of the "Scavenger Hunt #4" Challenge
    Task #3 : Film featuring a curse

    Pardon me while I collect myself. I'd drafted a review in my head as I was watching this and the whole thing just got blown out of the water by the last 5 - 10 minutes. How I view watching this film won't be the same. I guess I should've expected something more than a mediocre cliche horror from the creator of Evil Dead…