Review – Zoe

Zoe, directed by Drake Doremus, had fleeting moments of genuine loveliness, but in large part was a film that felt distant and empty. In what feels like a wasted opportunity for an endearing, heartfelt film, Zoe slowly saw me losing engagement and interest over the course of its runtime. I’ll be bouncing back and forth in this review between the few things that I enjoyed and the larger, more prominent issues that resulted in a film I’m disappointed in. Let’s not waste anymore time on this intro and instead get into the review. Read more

Review – Spectre

Spectre

Spectre, directed by Sam Mendes, is a Bond film that seems unsure of what it wants to be. On the one hand this is a Bond film that continues its edgier run (those now classic Daniel Craig beat down scenes return), yet on the other hand Spectre wants to at times settle in and enjoy the comforts of past glories – trying to have both, means that the film does give off some mixed messages, and makes for a confusing film. Read more