Review – The Sense of an Ending

The Sense of an Ending, directed by Ritesh Batra, is a film that struggles with its pacing; some of the film can feel slow and meandering – but it’s all worth it. The growth of the main character; how the story is slowly fed to you over the course of the film; how it all comes together in a satisfying package. ‘The Sense of an Ending’ is a film that some will struggle with, but if you give it a chance, you will find something sweet and rewarding at the end of it all. But let’s dispense with the intro and get on with the main review itself. Read more

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Review – Eddie the Eagle

Eddie the Eagle

Eddie the Eagle, directed by Dexter Fletcher is a humble little film with an endearing character at its core, and a story that you can easily get behind. Now this is a film that is more than burdened with a few problems, but in the end, most of those didn’t end up ruining the experience for me. There’s a lot that may frustrate you about this film but there is just as much to love. So let’s get into what they are. Read more

Review – Brooklyn

Brooklyn

Brooklyn, directed by John Crowley is a safe and comfortable little film. Lacking any real consequence or drama – Brooklyn is a film that feels like settling into a cosy night at home, pulling on the blanket and watching whatever happens to be on Netflix. Though this comforting feeling is nice, it does come with a slight hint of boredom as you wait for something of any real excitement to perk you up. Read more