Benjamin Green

Benjamin Green

I just watch films

“Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads.”

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  • Waves



    Hatred stirs up conflict, but love covers over all wrongs

    First time watch: October 2020
    Source: NowTv

    Being a parent is a terrifying experience and Waves captures all my fears in an emotional two hour experience. Being a father to a teenager is challenging but it's what they're not telling you that is the worry. Things happen in their lives that they just won't share with you, especially if they know it's wrong and don't want to be told so.…

  • Pet Sematary

    Pet Sematary


    Its that god damn place, it feeds on your grief, plays on your mind.

    First time watch: October 2020
    Source: NowTv

    It's been a while since I last read a book. Between work, kids and films I just dont find the time. The last few books I did read were Stephen King novels including Pet Semetary. It's a good book which translates well to the screen but with this being the second adaptation since the novels release in 1983 I…

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  • Rebecca


    You'll never replace her, you can't replace her. He'll never love you and why should he?

    First time watch: October 2020
    Source: Netflix

    Rebecca is the 2020 British Romantic Thriller directed by Ben Wheatley (Free Fire) and starring Armie Hammer and Lily James. Based on the 1938 novel by the same name that was originally adapted to film in 1940 by Alfred Hitchcock the plot focuses on a newly married young woman who struggles to live amongst the shadow of…

  • Isle of Dogs

    Isle of Dogs


    Wes Anderson Filmography
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    Year: 2018
    Source: Blu Ray

    Being such a big fan of The Grand Budapest Hotel I never expected Wes Anderson's next film, Isle of Dogs, to match it. Or The Fantastic Mr Fox for that matter, his last stop motion animation. But still Anderson has always consistently provided stylish films with unique characters and a entertaining story but Isle of Dogs doesn't hit the right mark.

    The most perplexing decision by Anderson leads…