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  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    Interesting that this film has amassed such a mixed reaction. Of course it's skewing positive on the whole, but it seems like more than just a vocal minority who're displeased by this movie (my irl friends who went to see it were fairly mixed, and none were overflowing with praise). I'm absolutely not invested enough in the whole Star Wars lore to give a shit about a lot of the stuff that fanboys are screaming over, but still I found…

  • Coco



    Hey, it's the first Pixar film since Toy Story 3 that I've properly enjoyed! It's still noticeably sticking to the studio's finely tuned formula, but offers up a lot of colourful excitement and a very heartwarming message.

    Visually it's excellent as expected, filled with fantastic details in the character animations and glowing environments. The skeletons having eyeballs is a bit off-putting, but aside from that, the movie is a treat for our eyes. It's also got some fun little music…

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  • Ex Machina

    Ex Machina


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

    Ex Machina is a thought provoking and very topical film regarding A.I. It features a great directing debut for esteemed writer Alex Garland, as well as offering a showcase for three very talented up and comers; Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac and Alicia Vikander.

    The plot wasn't as cliched as I was worried it may be, and caught me off guard with its twists and great characters. Oscar Isaac in particular was fantastic and his character was very interesting and believable.…

  • La La Land

    La La Land


    Don't mind me, just adding another glowing La La Land review to the neverending pile. This is a very grand film in every sense of the word and it stands out in the current film landscape in just how joyful and classically influenced it is.

    For a portion of the first half I was close to having an "is this it?" moment, because despite the huge musical numbers and inventive direction & cinematography, the plot was a bit run of the…