Top Gun: Maverick Is What The Big Screen Was Built For.

The original Top Gun is a perfect example of a film that will go down to a certain established audience ( mostly dads) as an undeniable classic. Others will see it as a concentrated blast of 80s machismo. The hilariously obvious homoeroticism on display is the only thing that can ever be considered timeless. YetContinue reading “Top Gun: Maverick Is What The Big Screen Was Built For.”

The Batman. Quick Review.

Really. Another Batman film. after we laid the carcass of the embarrassingly inept SnyderVerse to rest. That said Matt Reeves is a solid choice for director. His 66% of the Planet of the Apes Caesar trilogy is awesome and some of the best blockbuster films in recent memory. Robert Pattinson has completed his redemption arcContinue reading “The Batman. Quick Review.”

Birds of Prey (And The Fabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn.) Review.

 I hated Suicide Squad. It’s one of the most embarrassingly try hard films in recent cinema whose only redeeming qualities are that (A) Batman v Superman was out earlier that summer which was one of the most miserable experiences I have ever had in a cinema (insert “Martha” gag here and (b) David Ayer  wouldContinue reading “Birds of Prey (And The Fabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn.) Review.”

1917. (IMAX) Review.

1917 has won a lot of positive press for being perhaps the most successful employment of the ” fake one take” style (despite the fact that film cuts to black at one point so charitably you could say it was two shots executed in this style. Don’t get me wrong as someone who saw itContinue reading “1917. (IMAX) Review.”