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  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Fear is a tool. When that light hits the sky, it's not just a call. It's a warning. To them. 

    The Road to The Batman: March 2016, a draft was completed for Ben Affleck’s Batman film titled The Batman. Joe Manganiello was confirmed to play Deathstroke the antagonist of this film along with an Arkham asylum breakout to Batgirl showing up to help Batman. After experiencing Joss Whedon on the JL reshoots, Affleck steps down as director in January 2017. Ridley…

  • La La Land

    La La Land


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

    People love what other people are passionate about. 

    First watch in 4K. Damien Chazelle is one of my favourite directors and I think this is my 6th or 7th viewing. Very long review incoming, I have a lot to say. 

    Love this black and white to colour logo change then it transitions to the sky, camera pans down and we are on the freeway. Another day of sun plays and the entire musical sequence is all in a long take. One…

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  • Mare of Easttown

    Mare of Easttown


    Goodnight Mare. 

    Mare of Easttown joins the same basket as Sharp Objects (Amy Adams) and Unbelievable (Toni Collette)where we have a huge mature actress solving a murder, Kate Winslet. HBO have never missed with their miniseries for me, especially their crime focused ones. Saying that, it’s not a complete home run or a disaster. It looks and feels high budget like a 7 hour feature film, it’s got that small town vibe and tone you get in Twin Peaks, Alan Wake…

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    We’re all small and stupid. 

    Every couple of years there’s that standout film which comes out of nowhere and you had no idea it would be THAT good on every level; 2021’s The Worst Person In The World, 2019’s Parasite, 2018’s Into the Spider-Verse, 2017’s BR2049.. this year we have EEAAO. If The Matrix, Scott Pilgrim, Rick & Morty, Wong Kar Wai and Jackie Chan all had a baby it would be this. One of the most imaginative films ever recently,…

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  • Dune



    A great man doesn’t seek to lead, he is called to it. 

    Now with 10 films under his belt, Denis Villeneuve has once again proven he is the king of modern sci fi and one of the best filmmakers working today. It was one of my most anticipated of the year (the other being Last Night in Soho) and it delivered, it’s everything I expected. If you loved Blade Runner 2049 then you’ll love Dune Part One; it’s the same…

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    With great power comes great responsibility. 

    Much like The Last Jedi, NWH picks up exactly where the previous film ended. They did a good job at how Peters identity being revealed affected him and everyone around him. Obviously they get a very good lawyer.. I really liked Zendaya as MJ in this, Ned takes a backseat and MJ is used more, she’s Peters support in this and Zendaya gave her best performance in the trilogy, Zendaya & Tom’s chemistry is passionately…