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Category: Drama

Film Review – A Violent Separation (2019)

Mix two directors, young attractive leads, some good performances, nice cinematography, and a made-for-TV vibe, and you get A Violent Separation. While this movie has some...

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O.G.

Film Review – O.G. (2019)

There’s just too many movies coming out these days. We’re over-saturated with cinematic blockbusters, VOD releases and original films from various streaming platforms. Annoyingly, many...

Share

Sundance Film Review – Share (2019)

I can picture the more standard version of Share in my head: it’s full of long diatribes, tearful wishes, and happy resolutions. A24’s Share, however, is far more...

Beats

Slamdance Film Review – Beats (2019)

I’ve always thought that Scotland has had an underrated film scene. Everyone always blurts out Braveheart as the first Scottish film to come to mind with a...

Green Book

Film Review – Green Book (2018)

I always admire when individuals in film attempt to rebrand themselves or step outside of their comfort zones. For director Peter Farrelly, Green Book is his chance...

Rosie

Film Review – Rosie (2018) [Watch]

Although many look to cinema for pure escapism, it has the power to create profound statements that shed light on troubling circumstances. For Rosie, the focus...