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Dr. Strangelove or How I Learnt To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb Movie Review

9/10 When it comes to political satires, you can hardly beat this. Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove or How I Learnt to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is a hilarious yet tense drama that pokes fun at its subject Read more…


Happy Death Day Movie Review

3/10 If only it was me who starred as the main character of Happy Death Day so I could have been killed over and over again instead of watching this garbage. Blumhouse Productions continues to bring out crappy horror Read more…


I Feel Pretty Movie Review

3.5/10 Not as horrendous as I thought it was going to be. Going into this film I had very little hopes that it would be a funny comedy, let alone something that could be thought-provoking given it was tackling Read more…


Mommy Movie Review

9.5/10 This is the best family drama that I have ever seen. Mommy had me feeling the same level of emotion that I felt for the Spike Jonze’s Her but in a completely different way. I was shocked, sympathetic Read more…


The Raid Movie Review

7/10 One of the better martial arts films of the past decade. The Raid for me represents the same feelings I had for George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road, which is this film is just so much fun. As Read more…


Force Majeure Movie Review

8.5/10 Much like the name, this is an unexpected force of a film. Force Majeure means an unforeseen set of circumstances that typically prevent someone from fulfilling a contract but its application is an original and thoroughly engrossing drama. Read more…


A Quiet Place Movie Review

6/10 There has been a lot of hype surrounding A Quiet Place in the lead up to its release and it’s not surprising why. First-time horror director John Krasinski of The Office (US) fame also stars as the lead Read more…


A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master Movie Review

4.5/10 Continuing my journey through watching the entire A Nightmare On Elm Street franchise, I am once again reminded of how bad sequels can be. Yes, the fourth instalment, A Nightmare On Elm Street 4: The Dream Master isn’t Read more…


A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors Movie Review

7/10 What a real sequel looks like. If you missed my review for the second chapter of the A Nightmare On Elm Street franchise, I mentioned how you should skip that one and head straight to the third installment Read more…


A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge Movie Review

3/10 Another example of a series taking just the icon that made the original so famous and putting it in a terrible story with forgettable characters to make a simple sequel. In my recent adventures of watching the rest Read more…