Bleak, brutal, and powerful. Kurzel's directorial debut may be discomforting to watch but it's a gripping viewing experience into the portrait of a dysfunctional family and a depressed neighbourhood. Its leads Henshall and Pittaway deliver remarkable performances.
With its over-the-top, exceptionally fluid fight choreography, John Wick once again raises the body count as he lays waste to his challengers. With its sly sense of humour, effective editing, and Keanu’s effortless but inimitable performance, Wick hits hard and this time with a book.
Damien Chazelle, the youngest filmmaker to earn a Best Director Academy Award has once again delivered a world-class masterpiece in his biographical drama film based on the book ‘First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong’ by James R. Hansen. A film that follows in the footsteps of his previous critically acclaimed films Whiplash and La La Land.
Building off his short of the same name, Whiplash (2014) is about a talented, ambitious first year conservatory jazz drumming student (Teller)…
Visually impressive, entertaining, and as the first female-led Captain Marvel is a formidable addition to the MCU. Rising to the occasion, Larson is sublime with her wise-cracking performance, but while it doesn’t shy away from the responsibility it carries, it doesn’t quite thrill as an origin story.
One of the film’s main trope is about Carol being held back from reaching her full potential, it’s empowering not only to women but to everyone, as this film highlights we aren’t limited by our label.