the conjuring film review

The Conjuring Film Review

The Conjuring reminded me of when I was a young teen (maybe even younger than that) watching The Amityville Horror (1979) when it was first aired on British TV. I remember hiding behind a cushion every time the...

Deadpool: A Superhero for the Laugh-Out-Loud Generation

Reynolds slips into a character he was born to play and provides the Deadpool film its fans crave: full of violence, crude jokes, and drive-by fart attacks. Whilst sitting in the cinema waiting for the Deadpool...
Django Unchained Film Review

Django Unchained Film Review

Django Unchained just might prove that Tarantino has regained his form, or not. So, has he regained his form?This is a question many critics appear to be asking, and the answer seems to be,...
Elysium film Review

Elysium Film Review

After giving us aliens as metaphor for apartheid in the dystopian District 9 (2009), Neil Blomkamp again jumps on the allegory race horse with Elysium, a dazzling and succinct piece that is as flawed as it...
the martian film review

The Martian Review: A Sharp Tale of Human Survival and Ingenuity

The Martian's brilliant script sees Matt Damon as Robinson Crusoe on Mars in Ridley Scott's sharply crafted sci-fi. The Martian is based on Andy Weir’s novel which, just like the fantastic journey of its main character, Mark...
Lone Survivor Film Review

Lone Survivor Review: More than the Realities of War

Lone Survivor, Peter Berg's cinematic comeback after the scuttled Battleship is adapted from Marcus Luttrell's account of his four-man navy SEAL mission to find a Taliban leader near the Afghanistan Pakistan border. After identifying their...