Review: Dumbo

Well, that was as awkward as expected, but it being forgettable was surprising. A baby elephant is born into a small circus troupe, and there a family discovers the elephant can fly on oversized ears! This draws the attention of another circus owner, promising them their dreams if the unique animal performs at his giant…

Review: The Lobster

What a bizarre experience, this might take some time to unpack! Set in a dystopian future, single people are rounded up to live in a hotel with the goal of finding a partner within forty-five days. If they fail, they are turned into an animal. Those single people are also tasked to hunt down and…

Review: Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them (2D)

Spontaneity is the word of the day with J.K Rowling’s debut as screenplay writer, an often directionless but entertaining adventure. In the world of Harry Potter, a wizard from Britain  travels to America with a suitcase full of magical creatures intent on releasing one of them into the wild. But when the case is misplaced…

Review: Seven Psychopaths

Seven Psychopaths was more intriguing than I had first thought, though it does feel like a poor man’s Tarantino movie. The film’s advertisement (and the title!) suggested it followed seven psychopaths, played by the leading stars involved, and that isn’t entirely true. We follow Colin Farrell’s character Marty, who is an author struggling to write…

Review: Total Recall (2012)

The very definition of style over substance. As in, there isn’t any of the latter. Douglas Quaid is a man unsatisfied with how his life has turned out, living in a distant future where Earth has been ravaged by war, and only two continents survive, the United Kingdom and Australia, connected by “The Fall”, a gigantic elevator…