Review – Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, directed by Gareth Edwards, offers one of the most different feeling Star Wars films to date. This is a film of tragedy, dire situations and the unbending want for revenge, and with such a darker tone comes people and places that are unique in their presentation (for a Star Wars film). However a film of this scale is of course not without its problems (some which are very noticeable). But then I did find so much to be interested by, and I also continue to adore the level of work and detail that is going into these new films… but… is what the film does, enough to make it worth existing? Did we need Rogue One? Let’s get the full review underway and answer not only those questions, but better explore all of the films elements. Read more

Review – The Infiltrator

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The Infiltrator, directed by Brad Furman, is a film that takes a while to find its rhythm – not much interested me at first. But when it does find what its main thrust is, the film becomes one that adequately explores the harsh reality that its characters reside in. This certainly isn’t a perfect film but there are elements to it that make it an interesting watch. So let’s breakdown the many aspects to ‘The Infiltrator’ and see what’s what. Read more

Review – Victor Frankenstein

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Victor Frankenstein, directed by Paul McGuigan delivers a compelling take on the friendship between Igor and Dr Frankenstein. Unfortunately the film doesn’t have much else to offer and soon just falls back into a by the numbers film, that while exciting and at times interesting, isn’t always the most attention grabbing. Read more