Film & Television graduate. Aspiring... something.
Simply put: Everything Everywhere All at Once is a roaring triumph. A stone cold modern classic that makes you want to re-evaluate the quality of all the other movies you’ve seen. It’s bold, beautiful, and backs**t insane. Directed with impeccable precision and passion, it’s clear that every single individual frame of this film had hours of attention and care poured into it. The cast are magnificent, the action sequences are mesmerising, and this film does so many creative things with…
Without a doubt one of the worst films I have ever seen in my entire life. Poorly acted, poorly paced, appallingly written, offensive, and just utterly, insultingly boring. An utter disgrace to the medium of film itself. Literally 95% of this movie is made up of music video-style montages, it’s truly embarrassing. Quite honestly? F**k this movie and everyone who was involved in the making of it.
Well, what did you expect? Edgar Wright doesn’t make bad movies. Last Night in Soho is just the latest in a long line of quality feature films directed by Wright, and it reaffirms why he’s my favourite director working today. Not only is the man an utterly incredible director and a fiercely clever writer, but he’s also a huge fanboy. When you go to see an Edgar Wright film, you know exactly what films/other pieces of media inspired/influenced it. Soho…
I don’t know how this happened either, but I can assure you: this is not an April Fools joke. I genuinely bloody loved Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and I’m not afraid to admit (in writing - out loud is a different story) that it actually made me cry. Whoops. Pesky emotions. This film is a monumental improvement over the original and a genuinely impressive sequel. It’s bigger, better, and most importantly: far more reminiscent of the original source material.