Detroit (2017)

Hate only breeds hate. One of the tensest I’ve been in the cinema was earlier this year with Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk. Kathryn Bigelow’s Detroit is a close second, and she places you dead centre in the 12th Street Riots in Detroit, amongst the police brutality and racist tension that was rife in 1960s America. Before... Continue Reading →

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Blast From The Past: Batman Returns (1992)

Before Christopher Nolan all but completed the Batman franchise with his reimagining of the legendary comic book figure, there was the gothic interpretation, with Tim Burton directing and Michael Keaton returning as the Caped Crusader, after the 1989 Batman film. One of my local cinemas occasionally puts on films of yesteryear, usually cult classics, so... Continue Reading →

Dunkirk (2017)

War is hell. Absolute hell. And that is exactly what Christopher Nolan has chosen to portray in his latest venture, Dunkirk. However, unlike Saving Private Ryan and Hacksaw Ridge with their glorious actions sequences, Dunkirk rather takes on a subdued approach to the war. Christopher Nolan is an absolute visionary of a director, with his... Continue Reading →

Batman v Superman: The Dawn Of Justice (2016)

The long awaited sequel to Man of Steel and the re-imagining of Batman has finally landed on our screens and it's all thanks to Zack Synder. After being disappointed with Man of Steel, but excited for Affleck's Batman I braved a screening of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice among the dire reviews the film has been receiving. Due to the... Continue Reading →

My Top Films From 2012

I realise this should have been posted before the end of 2012, but oh well. I was going to go see Life of Pi on New Year's Eve, but I ended up working and what not, so unfortunately it will not be included. It was a good year for films, with the beginning of The... Continue Reading →

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