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  • Knives Out

    Knives Out


    Why do I love whodunnits?

    Oh, let me count the ways…

    1. I love them because of Agatha Christie. She created Hercule Poirot & Miss Marple, and the rest is history.

    2. I love them because of my mother, who would watch re-runs of Murder She Wrote every Sunday afternoon when I was a child, which subconsciously trickled down to my own viewing habits years later. I’m so thankful for her. She is my Jessica Fletcher; intuitive, warm and lovely to…

  • Chungking Express

    Chungking Express


    "I don't think people are meant to be by themselves. That's why if you actually find someone you care about, It's important to let go of the little things. Even if you can't let go all the way. Because nothing sucks more then feeling all alone, no matter how many people are around." - JD, Scrubs

    I've always felt lonely.

    To varying degrees of course - the presence of family and friends have certainly lessened the impact some days, but…

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  • Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears

    Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears


    It pains me to give Miss Fisher this rating because I know how long the fans have been waiting and I know how much this film means to them. The project itself was funded from their pockets; people not only travelled cross-country to see the premiere, but across the globe too. Such passion is monumental, and without it, the movie simply wouldn’t exist. 

    I know this because last week, I had the privilege of working the premiere for The Crypt of Tears, with…

  • Faces Places

    Faces Places


    "I don't see you very well, but I see you."

    A friendship blossomed from images and people, projecting faces onto places as re-established landmarks celebrating the art of just being you. Jean-Luc Godard is a dirty rat.

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  • Parasite




    This is the Palme d’Or winning director at his most confident – which seems silly to say when all his films exhibit a stark disinterest for convention in all facets of storytelling. His tonal assurance and command behind the camera are exhilarating to watch unfold; the narrative spirals into capitalistic calamity, elevating its unsubtle themes by making you feel everything humanely possible. And you truly do – my theatre was…

  • The Graduate

    The Graduate


    Hello darkness, my old friend.
    Hello darkness, my old friend.
    Are you going to Scarborough Fair.
    Are you going to Scarborough Fair.
    Are you going to Scarborough Fair.
    Hello darkness, my old friend.