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  • The Meg

    The Meg


    I genuinely think this film could have actually had some potential if it had completely embraced its overall ridiculousness and reflected the self-aware tone from its trailer. 
    Of course the trailer was just another well edited one for another Hollywood blockbuster manipulating audiences into thinking the film is something its not, as its is insanely boring. 
    At least films like Sharknado are enjoyable in a so bad it’s good way, yet this was at time excruciating, and the biggest reason…

  • Trainspotting



    It's funny how a film can grow on a person. With each consecutive viewing, I've found myself able to appreciate Danny Boyle's second feature film Trainspotting much more than I did when I initially watched it at an age where I was admittedly too young to understand it. As I've grown older, I've gained more of an understanding of it's complex themes, the fact that you aren't meant to align or sympathise with Renton, or most of the characters for…

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  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse


    I finally watched Robert Eggers's The Lighthouse having only heard praise regarding the film for months. None of that praise though could honestly prepare me for what a mental and disturbing, yet often hilarious and captivating watch this was. I can't say I've seen a film quite like The Lighthouse ever, and I mean that in the best possible way, as I think The Lighthouse is something of a masterpiece. The film is the second directorial feature from Robert Eggers,…

  • Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

    Scott Pilgrim vs. the World


    I rewatched Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World in honour of its 10th anniversary a few days ago. This has always been a favourite of mine, and this revisit proved unexceptional. A decade later, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World is just as quick witted, energetically paced and entertaining as when I first saw it. 
    This film contains not a single dull moment, and it’s consistently fun and playful throughout. Much of that is due to how visually stunning the whole film…