Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

You are going to want to brush up on your 1960s Hollywood history before watching this! Rick Dalton is a Hollywood megastar of the 1950s and 60s just coming to terms with the idea that he is losing his edge, that younger actors are taking his place. His stuntman, Cliff Booth, despite living a far…

Review: First Man

First Man is one small step for cinema, but one giant leap for 2018. Engineer and pilot Neil Armstrong goes through the trials and tribulations required before one of the biggest challenges in human history: a manned mission to the Moon. To be candid, I am a sucker for space movies. So even if First…

Review: Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures is as delightful as it is important. Heartwarming and vital. Based off the true story of three women who challenged all of the social norms in the early 1960s by becoming vital to the success of America’s first manned space flight by NASA. This is the sort of “Girl Power” I can get…

Review: High-Rise

It is Society Metaphor: The Movie! Doctor Robert Laing is a brain surgeon who moves into a brand new set of advanced high-rise buildings. Little does he know that the people living in his particular building are about to go through social upheaval and class wars similar to the End of Days. Did a horny…

Saga Review: James Bond (No.6 – No.7)

That’s right, with Skyfall releasing later this year I am opting to give you my thoughts on all of the Bond films! There’s twenty-two films, and when I started this challenge there were twenty-two weeks before Skyfall, sounds good to me! I grew up in the six year drought of Bond films, between the Dalton and Brosnen Eras,…

Saga Review: James Bond (No.1 – No.5)

That’s right, with Skyfall releasing later this year I am opting to give you my thoughts on all of the Bond films! There’s twenty-two films, and when I started this challenge there were twenty-two weeks before Skyfall, sounds good to me! I grew up in the six year drought of Bond films, between the Dalton…