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  • Soylent Green

    Soylent Green


    Soylent Green is an excellent cautionary Sci-Fi movie directed by Richard Fleischer, it's an exploration/prediction of many things ranging from poverty, lack of resources, climate change, overpopulation and a few other things and while it doesn't get the time to fully explore each of those topics it naturally weaves each one of them through the story organically to focus on a few, those being poverty and lack of resources.

    The first 30 minutes of this film is a little bit…

  • BlacKkKlansman



    BlacKkKlansman is an incredibly unique film, the blend of contemporary issues, history, drama and humour make for an eye opening experience. The one thing I thought was done exceptionally well was the job Spike Lee and the writers did of finding the right balance between the humour, addressing the topics the film explores and the drama nothing feels forced or hamfisted, it all compliments each other to great effect, evoking a wide range of emotion.

    The performances were all brilliant,…

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  • Logan



    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Never has film made me feel like I've been shot in the gut twice and this film did just that, from the opening scene I was expecting the inevitable death of Logan judging by taglines on posters and the fact Hugh Jackman said he's leaving, but the way everything happens in this film had me on the edge of my seat, from the moment the reavers invade Logans hideout to the fight with X-24 at the end.

    Mangold directed an…

  • Watchmen



    As much as I love comic books, I don't think I'd ever call a comic book film a masterpiece, due to the fact 90% of the time they're exactly what you expect them to be, a tale of good being triumphant over evil, but Watchmen comes pretty damn close to being a masterpiece in my opinion.

    I absolutely adore the graphic novel and the film, there are a few choices that I found odd within the film though, mainly Ozymandias'…