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  • Parasite




    Parasite’ is an extremely well made film. There are many reasons for its excellence. Its plot is intricate. Its acting is humanised. Its cinematography is crisp. Yet its greatest success which raises the overall quality of the picture is undoubtedly its subtlety. Bong Joon-ho’s 2019 thriller deals with issues of class divides, greed and material jealously all with a subtle perspective and narrative, never allowing the themes to feel forced but instead cleverly left there for the audience to…

  • The Place Beyond the Pines

    The Place Beyond the Pines



    The Place Beyond The Pines’ is a film that is split into three acts. The first of which is amazing in short. Ryan Gosling is so immeserive in the character of Luke Glanton and the pacing is pure perfection. Gosling here is everything I wanted from 2011’s ‘Drive’ which actually left me unfulfilled after that amazing opening scene. The second act which focuses on rookie cop Avery Cross played by Bradley Cooper begins to drag somewhat and suffers from a…

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  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse



    Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is a really strong effort which gives a really refreshing take on the whole Spider-Man cinema lore. We aren’t given the whole Peter Parker origin story (with great repetition comes great boredom) and in actual fact the film satirises this itself on multiple occasions throughout. This story isn’t about Parker but instead Miles Morales. It’s a heartwarming and exciting story which is both extremely meta and hilarious in equal amounts. The humour is more self…

  • BlacKkKlansman




    Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ tells the remarkable true story of an African American police officer who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan. The story of course comes with severity as with the topic that is to be expected but I sure wasn’t expecting to laugh as much as I did. A fun film which points and provokes at the pure ridiculousness and absurdity of American society both back then and today in redheads to racism, white supremacy and racial intolerance. Lee…