A Beautiful Boy (2018) A Film Review

Films about drug addiction are not easy watches and usually aims to challenge the audience. A Beautiful Boy is based on a true story about a father coping with his son who has become reliant on crystal meth. The film tracks the up and downs on addiction and recovery. An awards charmer with Steve Carell and... Continue Reading →

Icarus (2017) Film Review

Documentary is one of the most important genres of filmmaking. To find truth and discover the hiding of conspiracies is key to the genre. John Grierson, one of the pioneers of the genre, called documentaries the creative treatment of actualities.  The cinematic presentation of truth. Some would called that a paradox in itself but it... Continue Reading →

I, Tonya (2018) Film Review

One of the most infamous incidents in sport has finally been given a film adaptation of the ultimate example of how far you will go to win. The story of Tonya Harding is remembered wholly by one incident involving 2 of the best American female skaters at the time before the 1994 Winter Olympics. Tonya... Continue Reading →

The Shape of Water (2018) Film Review

Guillermo Del Toro returns with one of the surprise hits of the awards season. Del Toro delves back into the world of monsters. Now with an unlikely romance between human and monster. The Shape of Water revolves around a mute woman, Elisa, who lives with a closeted gay man and works at a secret government facility... Continue Reading →

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