Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (which I will be referring to as Eurovision Movie from now on) is a Musical Comedy about an unknown Icelandic Band (the titular Fire Saga), their dream to win the Eurovision Song Contest, and the problems (both on and off-stage) they face along the way. The storyContinue reading “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga”

The Way, Way Back – A.K.A. Every Coming-of-Age Film Ever

The Way, Way Back is a coming-of-age drama which follows a veritable “loser” kid, Duncan (played by Liam James), and his somewhat-dysfunctional family on their Summer vacation to Cape Cod. While there, they meet some similarly dysfunctional families (mostly bad parents), a “cool” dude who pays way more attention to the “loser” kid than heContinue reading “The Way, Way Back – A.K.A. Every Coming-of-Age Film Ever”

Whiplash

This is a review I wrote a couple of months ago but never got round to completing. I’ve given it a quick check and am posting it to prevent creating a backlog for myself. Apologies if it is not up to my usual standard. Whiplash is a film centred around a young talented drummer (MilesContinue reading “Whiplash”

Green Book

This is a review I wrote a couple of months ago but never got round to completing. I’ve given it a quick check and am posting it to prevent creating a backlog for myself. Apologies if it is not up to my usual standard. Green Book tells the story of a world-class African-American pianist (DrContinue reading “Green Book”

Artemis Fowl – The film with no target audience

Artemis Fowl was released direct to Disney+ on Friday, and thanks to my parents I was able to watch it with them on Saturday. The film is based on the book series of the same name, though the story seems to mash together several of the books in a way that both keeps it openContinue reading “Artemis Fowl – The film with no target audience”

Knives Out

Knives Out is a murder-mystery-thriller centred around the alleged suicide of the wealthy head of a family (Christopher Plummer), and the private investigator (Daniel Craig) hired to investigate the death despite its initial ruling as a suicide. The film wastes no time in introducing you to the characters (or suspects), explaining where they fit inContinue reading “Knives Out”

Sonic the Hedgehog

Exactly one day after watching Parasite I was in the cinema again, only this time to see Sonic the Hedgehog, and boy, what a contrast that was. Going from the Oscar-winning South Korean dramatic thriller that was Parasite to, well… Sonic the Hedgehog, was perhaps the wrong way around to see those films but itContinue reading “Sonic the Hedgehog”

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