Over the years, Waititi has managed to perfect his tone and his visual style, and it’s all culminated in this movie, which is witty, charming, funny, heartfelt, sad, sweet and memorable.
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Dan Trachtenberg put John Goodman in a bunker, added a sprinkling of Cloverfield, and created one of the best thrillers in years.
Creed steps out of Rocky’s shadow to deliver one hell of a knockout blow.
Her Story will test your skills of deduction, your eye for detail, and your nose for, uhh, crime. Let’s split up and look for clues.
Despite Jake Gyllenhaal’s dedicated performance, Southpaw lacks the punch and the grit to overcome its derivative story.
Easily the best horror film of the year, It Follows is a potent reminder of just how great the genre can be when backed by great writing.
Disney have delivered a wonderful film, which promises to become yet another money spinning franchise for the house of mouse.
J.C Chandor has made a first-class gangster film, which brings to mind the very best films in the genre.
The Hobbit: BOTFA is a found and teary eyed farewell to Peter Jackson’s Middle Earth, which he has served so well, over so many years.
Black Sea is an interesting and effective piece. There much more amid this Dennis Kelly-scripted thriller, which is not just your average National Treasure type of fortune hunting picture.