Demolition (2nd Opinion) – Movie Review

Demolition is an almost humorous demonstration of the shuddering realisation of one’s own numbness. In the midst of habitually repeating what his wife says, as a means to pretend like
By Christine Tesco on 17 Oct 2016

Demolition – Movie Review

Jake Gyllenhaal is slowly building up his repertoire as one of the finest actors in Hollywood. However, not even his best efforts can save Demolition, a tedious character study that
By Jarrod Saunders on 30 Aug 2016

Southpaw Review

Southpaw was apparently originally conceived as starring Eminem in its main role, and I almost wished I lived in a world where that had happened. Not that Gyllenhall isn’t good,
By Daniel Rom on 14 Dec 2015

Accidental Love Review

“Accidental Love” is the rebirth of a David O Russel film titled “Nailed” that started filming way back in 2008. The film came to a halt in 2010 during production
By Meagan Taylor on 03 Dec 2015

Everest Review

When your next breath is nothing short of a miracle, tears streaming down your face as its warmth reminds you of the violent tragedy that befell on a snow covered
By Christine Tesco on 17 Sep 2015

Prisoners Review

For anyone who hates predictable movies, cheesy endings, and the revelation that you just wasted hours of your life you’ll never get back, Prisoners – the thriller with a twist
By Stacey Petersen on 02 Jun 2014

Donnie Darko Review

On the same night that sleepwalking schizophrenic Donnie Darko (Jake Gyllenhaal) is lured outside by a massive bunny, Frank, to be told the end of days is only 28 days
By Christine Tesco on 14 Aug 2013

End of Watch

End of Watch proves to be a buddy-cop-flick like no other. Using the lost footage technique, the film offers the most realistic and terrifying look at life on the streets.
By Jarrod Saunders on 11 Jan 2013