The Sparks Brothers. Review.

If there’s a general theme among all of Edgar Wrights lockdown work It’s approaching the topics he covers with a sincere and infectious heart. Whether it’s his work spotlighting the importance of the big screen experience. Writing an essay about someone who he considers important within the film space. Or in this case, putting togetherContinue reading “The Sparks Brothers. Review.”

Queen & Slim. Paragraph Review.

This drama written by Lena Waithe of Master of None can very easily be described as “black Bonnie and Clyde. I think that does something of a disservice both to the film and people’s potential expectations. Yes, it starts off with Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith (both excellent) going on a Tinder date that resultsContinue reading “Queen & Slim. Paragraph Review.”