Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood acts as a lovely insight into a time that was both equal parts good and bad. Although it was a tumultuous political and social period it was also a time of creation and innovation. We get to peer into what it was like to live in that period through the lens of child in the form of a chain of memories. Interestingly, this seems to be the most insightful perspective to view this…
“I feel like a spectator in my own life. Like I’m playing a supporting role in my own life.”
A splendorous journey of a young woman’s life as she attempts to find herself whilst being entwined in relationships. A rather typical plot line but despite this the Worst Person in the World manages to be anything but typical. It is intimate, honest, blunt and at times obscure but never without reason. It paints a portrait with many layers and with…
This is what a modern day epic looks like.
Big up Odeon Limitless for allowing me to see Dune 2 days before its official release date.
Dune is probably the 2021 release I was most excited for (maybe just after The French Dispatch). The reasons being: the cast, the fact it’s Villeneuve, the sheer scale and the enormous hype surrounding it. Therefore, I was so worried that Dune simply wouldn’t live up to the expectations I had. I heard a…
Batman has entered a new age, a new form, a new style. And it’s quite amazing to see.
I saw the midnight screening of this on its release date. Sadly, the fact that I booked the subtitle screening without knowing and the fact that there were people talking means that I can’t say my experience was completely perfect, but it was pretty damn good. This is a film to see on the big screen.
I will start off by saying…