• The Trial of the Chicago 7

    The Trial of the Chicago 7


    Definitely very cheesy at times, but I guess I kind of just flowed with it and was entertained by the good actors here.

  • Bombshell



    Honestly just a bit of a mess. It's fairly easy to follow until you realise they've apparently jumped a year and we were supposed to know.

  • The Boss of It All

    The Boss of It All


    It's fine, I guess. It's got some funny moments here and there and Jens Albinus is good in the lead, but it does drag on quite a bit.

  • Letter Never Sent

    Letter Never Sent


    Some of the character and story moments take it down a notch for me, but the filmmaking is absolute class.

  • Land of Mine

    Land of Mine


    Really surprised by how great I thought this was. It looks really good, stunning footage of the Danish coast, and the acting is top notch from everyone involved. Super impressive.

  • Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

    Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War


    The war scenes are for the most part quite impressive and the story has elements that are very moving but it is a little on the nose at times. Overall a decent experience, though the length does drag it down a bit.

  • The Hunt

    The Hunt


    The dialogue is so bad and on the nose and the acting is completely over the top. I don't know what they were going for with this.

  • Anvil! The Story of Anvil

    Anvil! The Story of Anvil


    Really entertaining and heartfelt. Full of great quotes as well.

    "The music lasts forever. Maybe the debt does too."

  • 1917



    Wasn't completely gripped by the story but I think it's well made and there were sequences that were pretty amazing, so as an experience I was pretty much on board.

  • Outcast



    Well. I didn't expect much, but Nic is not doing me any favours here. His accent, I don't know what to say. Also, at the same time, he's not in it for long enough. Always entertaining to watch, he always brings something.

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man


    Great performances and overall really effective. It has a lot of emotional weight as well. Not completely sure about the ending, though.

  • Nanook of the North

    Nanook of the North


    Could watch the igloo-building all day long.