• Film Review: A Boy Called Sailboat

    I was lucky enough to be offered the chance to review Cameron Nugent’s A Boy Called Sailboat before its release. It follows the story of a hispanic family and their young son who, after finding a small guitar one day, is given the task of writing a song for...
  • Film Review: Avengers: Endgame

    11 years, 22 films and 80 years of comic history, Marvel’s Avengers Endgame is a cultural event. It is the culminating film in the current era for Marvel Studios, which began in 2008 with Iron Man, and is a love letter to the fans as it follows on from...
  • Film Review: Shazam!

    Shazam is a carefree coming of age movie that is a welcome change from DC’s darker offerings. “There are no universe-threatening cataclysms, as certain other heroes may be struggling with and, though it has its dark moments, it will ultimately leave you with a contented smile on your face”...
  • Film Review: Us

    Us, Jordan Peele’s follow-up horror film to Get Out, is a remarkably intriguing and horrifying film in its own right. When the larger social implications and allegories are considered, the film forces us to reckon with our own collective failures as self-interested individuals; our tendency to disregard the troubles...
  • Film Review: Eaten By Lions

    With high rise buildings, a misty grey sky and the sounds of dogs barking in the background, we are brought into the world of the teenage boy, Omar (played by Antonio Aakeel), whose life story the film will document. “Flashbacks also play an important part of the films structure...
  • Film Review: Little Italy

    Written by Steve Galluccio and Vinay Virmani, Romantic Comedy Little Italy is set to be a delightful new comedy topped with sizzling romance, family feuds, and delicious pizza. Starring Emma Roberts as the female lead Nikki Angiolo and Hayden Christensen as the male lead Leo Campo, who fall in...
  • Film Review: How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World

    I am going to say it. How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World is the most cinematic and most genuinely heartfelt film of 2019, and their dragons are way better than anything on Game of Thrones. “Perfect performances, mind-blowing animation, and a narrative that tugs at your heartstrings”...