• Film Review – Trash

    As the famous idiom goes, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, and nowhere is this phrase is more visible than in the landfill sites on the outskirts of megacities in developing countries. Here, the dump is a hive of activity and home to thousands who working through the mountains...
  • Trailer Watch – Selma

    We wait with baited breath on hearing that an actor has taken on the task of representing one of the most significant historical figures in recent history, and none more so than David Oyelowo’s performance as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the civil rights biopic Selma. The drama follows...
  • Scrapbook – Ambitious Films

    In anticipation for Christopher Nolan’s wormhole wandering in his pioneering sci-fi epic Interstellar, our writers have united on a voyage to discover some of the most ambitious films ever to have been made. War and Peace The production notes for the 1967 Best Foreign Language Picture winner, War and Peace...
  • Review – The Amazing Spider-Man 2

    The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is without a doubt the best Sony commercial and 142 minute trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and 4 you’ll ever encounter. Oh, it’s supposed to be a standalone film? Well then this might be a contender for the superlatively senseless superhero sequel that somehow...
  • Review – The Way

    Directed by and starring the Estevez family, The Way is essentially a travel movie, documenting a father’s pilgrimage to scatter the ashes of his dead son along the Camino del Santiago. With a strong lead from the timeless Martin Sheen, and a very likeable turn from Yorick van Wageningen...