We don’t get a lot of things to really care about.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A delicately magnetic lesson in subtlety, restraint and trust.
A passionate and driven, Nora is sure about what she wants in life and love and she’s happy, happier than she’s ever been, now living in New York with her husband. But a long lost friend from her childhood begins stirring up forbidden feelings that still linger in the recesses of her soul. Making her long for a connection to her home she knows she cannot pursue. But an unfathomably strong…
An absolute travesty this isn’t in cinemas. Disney pulling yet another stupid decision out of their arse, cause this is exactly the kind of thing that would’ve killed. Horrors always make money and even more when they’re actually good. No one will save you is a fantastic alien abduction movie, with nice scares and some great deeper thoughts. Really pleased with this.
What is a soul?
Apparently it’s that one thing that makes someone unique, the sole essence of their being and what makes them undeniably who they are. Ultimately, there is no person without a soul. Although it’s a very varied subject in terms of actual understanding. There’s no proof such a thing exists, and we’re no closer to understanding it than we ever have been. But we all accept that it’s there, because understanding what it is isn’t really the…
Why So Sirius?
The Prisoner of Azkaban is the huge step forward in legitimising this franchise as something to be taken seriously in tone and storytelling. With Mexican auteur, Alfonso Cuarón coming in to take the helm of Harry's story, he brings with him a subtle, personal beauty behind the magic. A brilliant and mature coming-of-age tale, while also being an epic adventure showcase, Azkaban is a great deal darker and considerably more serious than the previous two films, but even so it's still beaming with more life and love than ever before.
The ones that love us never really leave us.