Demolition (2nd Opinion) – Movie Review

Demolition is an almost humorous demonstration of the shuddering realisation of one’s own numbness. [dropcap]I[/dropcap]n 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

While We’re Young Review

At the heart of writer/director Noah Baumbach’s latest satirical comedy, While We’re Young, is the universal question about how we deal with getting older. 40-something documentary filmmaker Josh (Ben Stiller)
By Jarrod Saunders on 08 Dec 2015

St. Vincent Review

The racket of a large tree branch crashing onto his busted car forces a hung over Vincent MacKenna (Bill Murray) to emerge from his slumber. In an ogre like manner,
By Christine Tesco on 22 Jul 2015

Sunlight Jr. Review

Sunlight Jr. is a movie that outlasts its point, if it even had a clear one to begin with. While telling the story of a poor couple struggling through life
By Daniel Rom on 07 Jan 2015

Diana Review

Most biopics that focus on a public figure try their utmost to release a film that would either improve public opinion of that person, pay tribute to them or uncover
By Sarah Xena Lee on 05 Feb 2014

The Impossible Review

Having somehow missed the original release of ‘The Impossible’ and not being able to comment on the tear-jerker’s reputation until now, I was pleasantly surprised to find a film of
By Kyle St John Peters on 01 Sep 2013