Review – Sicario 2: Soldado

Sicario 2: Soldado, directed by Stefano Sollima, makes some very daring choices from the beginning and throughout. For a multitude of reasons, I can see this film upsetting people, but for me, it was a bold film that stuck to its vision and delivered a solid sequel to what was a great film (Sicario). I didn’t think it possible to follow Denis Villeneuve’s unflinching vision with the first one, but Sollima makes a worthy attempt at doing so. He doesn’t completely nail it, but still, his time, and more importantly our time, was not wasted. So let’s make our way into the main review and see how this sequel shapes up, in better detail. Read more

Review – 47 Metres Down

* This review will contain spoilers for 47 Metres Down. *

47 Metres Down, directed by Johannes Roberts, is a predictable, boring, slightly insulting film. I went in hoping for a tense, thrilling little film and instead got a drab, uninteresting film that offered nothing memorable or exciting. It had a good premise to work from, but it simply didn’t know how to play with it. This won’t be the kindest of reviews but the things I have to say are honest. So let’s get on with the review. Read more