Chelsey Wash is almost a Graphic Design graduate at AAA. She has a great passion for the written word and is inspired by George Orwell, Lara Croft and John Lennon.

Written by Chelsey Walsh

Bridget Jones’s Baby – Movie Review

Sadly, the much-awaited third film in the franchise and a sequel to 2004 film The Edge of Reason, Bridget Jones’s Baby, sees Bridget losing her wobbly bits and her sense
By Chelsey Walsh on 13 Sep 2016

Bad Moms – Movie Review

Bad Moms is a refreshing and hilarious take on what it means to be a woman, a mother and, most importantly, horrendously incompetent at meeting the expectations of society. In
By Chelsey Walsh on 24 Aug 2016

Ant-Man Review (2nd Opinion)

Ant Man simply does what its title implies, a charming little story with the perfect mix of humour, drama and action. The most recent release from within the Marvel Universe
By Chelsey Walsh on 04 Aug 2015

Pitch Perfect 2 Review

There are only three syllables that can perfectly describe Pitch Perfect 2; aca-awesome. The sequel to Pitch Perfect definitely lives up to the hype of the first film, if not
By Chelsey Walsh on 08 May 2015

Cinderella Review

Have courage, and be kind. The new Disney Cinderella film will make you want to be a better person… True to the original tale, this film depicts the story of
By Chelsey Walsh on 02 Apr 2015

The Judge Review

The Judge is a little like seeing a short, bald man with a young, hot model. The product of few big names, some dedicated and audacious acting all thrown into
By Chelsey Walsh on 15 Nov 2014

Children of Sorrow Review

Children of the sorrow could be described as a typical cult movie, however it absolutely extends this definition of eerie and sinister, taking horror it into new realms of utter
By Chelsey Walsh on 07 Oct 2014

Kingdom Come Review

Kingdom Come presents viewers with a complex moral premise. The combination of religion and evil make a great setting for this dark, psychological horror. However, its very limiting budget and
By Chelsey Walsh on 29 Sep 2014

If I Were You Review

If it weren’t for Leonor Watling’s continuously changing accent and a hapless plot, this might have been a reasonable movie. Between some pretty badly scripted scenes there does remain a
By Chelsey Walsh on 26 Aug 2014

Who is Dayani Cristal? Review

Who is Dayani Cristal? The film is a narrative documentary that highlights the immense flaws in immigration laws between the US and Mexico featuring celebrity presence Gael García Bernal. The
By Chelsey Walsh on 20 Jul 2014