Bright Review

The Netflix Original, Bright, is a prime example of an idea that's cool on paper but short on execution. David Ayer is a director that continues to disappoint me. I haven't seen End Of Watch or Fury, only this and Suicide Squad so it kind of makes me question his capabilities as a filmmaker. He... Continue Reading →

Southland Tales Initial Thoughts

So last night I watched this film and it's been eating at my brain ever since. It's Donnie Darko director, Richard Kelly's second film: Southland Tales. I'm not going to even try to explain the plot to you because I don't understand it myself but rather just point out elements. There's an actor with amnesia... Continue Reading →

Ikiru Review

Tonight I watched Akira Kurosawa's 1952 Japanese classic, Ikiru (To Live) that's often considered his best. A very socially aware and ahead of its time film in terms of themes, Kurosawa constructed a very poignant message about mortality and the systematic laziness of bureaucracy. I found Ikiru to be rather slow and uninteresting to begin... Continue Reading →

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