Bizarre, unpredictable yet strangely intoxicating.
An entirely new adventure with the practically perfect nanny and the Banks family.
Enter, as I did, with curiosity and exit content and bewildered.
Jaw-dropping pshycological Horror turns the anxiety levels up to 11.
A good watch for those who don’t mind something a little sourer, however, this meaty morsel is a bit too harsh for most palates and leaves a bitter aftertaste.
This beautiful cyberpunk series (based on Richard K Morgan’s novel) blasts us 300 years into the future with real style and grace.
Well well well….I thought I’d start off Throwback Thursday with a seasonal children’s classic, Jingle All The Way. Now this was a bog standard feature that appeared on TV without fail during the lead up to Christmas. To a child, what is there not to like: Comical mischief, Christmas, “Awesome” special affects *cough* (for 96′…
Must be watched. Educational, emotional, beautiful portrayal of such a difficult and horrific situation.
Initially, the film seems to be a tired single mother Amelia (Essie Davis) and her hyperactive son (Noah Wiseman) and all the situations that follow with repeated actions cause problems at school and disrupt interactions with potential playmates. The dark and emotional past which highlights Sam’s father and his absence points to many reasons why the…
Charlie Hunnam explodes onto screen in the long awaited fantasy drama from Guy Ritchie.
Long awaited and yet highly slated.
Viewers can say they are “truly moved” by emotive films with depth and meaning that not only entertain but educate. This would sound a bit like something you would attach to a Rom-com or a documentary style viewing, but I am going to apply it to Split. I didn’t do any research into DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder)…