Tag Archive: movie reviews

Review – The Wolfpack

The minutia of what builds a personality in an extreme situation.

Review – Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation

A dog-eared, virile action film that’s lucky to have Rebecca Ferguson as a saving grace.

Review – Jurassic World

The satirical, monstrous edge, far outweighs the surface stupidity.

Review – Mad Max Fury Road

The reason why movies were invented.

Review – Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter

Nihilistic but wonderful.

Review – Infini

A tense little sci-fi mystery with plenty to muse on

Review – Avengers: Age of Ultron

An entertaining compromise.

Review – ’71

Takes the simple ‘behind enemy lines’ concept and turns it into something that resonates strongly within the historical context of the political instability of The Troubles.

Review – Chappie

Here comes the elevator pitch for Chappie; it’s Three Men and a Baby meets Short Circuit via Robocop minus the satire. Bonkers, right?

Review – Selma

An astonishing story, told with grace, and I bow down to Queen DuVernay

Review – Foxcatcher

A conduit to examine the hubris of America, and the fallout of never living up to the potential of a greatness that may have never existed

Review – American Sniper

Bleeds red, white and blue in the worst ways

Review – Birdman

A superb examination of the pursuit of validation.

Awesome Mix Vol. 2014: The Best Films of the Year

2014 somehow felt smaller, intimate, and well-paced with releases. Here are 34 of the best.

Review – Gone Girl

A devilishly good time. What it lacks in style, it makes up for in substance.