When Ciaran watched Bohemian Rhapsody, she lost some faith in film’s ability to depict the lives of famous musicians. With an easy formula for box-office success always in reach, what hope is left for the modern music biopic? The art of music documentary may hold some answers.
By the year 2040, we were hoping to have flying cars and rocket boots, but are instead constantly reminded of our impending doom due to climate change. However, Damon Gameau seems to think we can fix this. Zaity reviews ‘2040’, a different kind of climate documentary.
Body-swap comedy, ‘Little’ tries to remind us all of our thirteen-year-old, past selves. However, do we want to remember those losers? Zaity reviews.
Brie Larson; Oscar-winning actress and recent superhero, has decided to give it a try behind the camera. Were her efforts warranted, or is she best served on-screen? Nic reviews.
Hellboy is back, but this time, he’s a different boy. And it’s directed by a different boy. And boy is it nuts. Ciaran reviews.
Matthew Lind has often wondered if he is the missing link, but is this film worth missing out on?
Matthew Lind remembers that time he was in World War II. Wait…no, he doesn’t. See if he can remember to review The Aftermath, however.
With anime having a notorious reputation with live-action adaptations, Netflix has turned its gaze towards a beloved space cowboy. With such a terrible track record, can we trust the streaming giant to deliver?
After the DCEU’s recent track record of dark and gritty films, ‘Shazam!’ promises a much needed reprieve from doom and gloom. Will DC find success appealing to the child inside all of us? Kelsey reviews.
After the smash success of ‘Get Out’, Jordan Peele is back in the writer/producer/director’s triple-chair-contraption with a film that tells you to “Watch yourself”. Is ‘Us’ another winner for Peele?