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  • The Sisters Brothers

    The Sisters Brothers


    LFF #24: You Can Find My Full Review Here.

    The Sisters Brothers is one of the most low-key and unconventional westerns that I've seen, bringing an incredibly talented cast to the table that includes the likes of Joaquin Phoenix, John C. Reilly, Riz Ahmed and Jake Gyllenhaal. This film introduces us to the two brothers Charlie and Eli Sisters, who are seasoned outlaws in the employee of a bounty hunter, a proto-Al Capone simply referred to The Commodore, who always…

  • If Beale Street Could Talk

    If Beale Street Could Talk


    LFF #23: You Can Find My Full Review Here.

    If Beale Street Could Talk emerges as my personal favourite film of the entire London Film Festival. It's an excellent movie that more than matches Barry Jenkins' superb Moonlight and stands on a similiar level to the likes of the masterpieces that are Roma and Suspiria as among the best films of the year. It's a heartbreaking slow burner of a film that makes an excellent use of the heavy Wong Kar-Wai influences that perpetuated Moonlight, giving it a vibrant, unique tone that helps it stand out from the crowd.

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  • Alien



    Hoop-Tober 2015! (1/31)

    "Now, this air shaft may work to our advantage. Here. It leads up to and comes out in the main airlock. All right, there's only one big opening along the way, we can cover that up, and then we... drive it into the airlock and zap it into outer space."

    And yet another classic movie that I should have probably seen by now is ticked off my watchlist. Hot on the heels of the likes of Lost…

  • La La Land

    La La Land


    2017 Films Ranked

    Well, that was something special. I'm really glad that I watched The Umbrellas of Cherbourg the day before because there are clear influences from that masterpiece on Damien Chazelle. Together these two movies have made me far more invested in musicals than I was previously, with Bugsy Malone being another highlight but beyond that the list starts to get a bit thinner.

    Here La La Land follows on two people with big dreams. Mia (Emma Stone) is…