2020 Mini-Reviews

So… it’s been a while. At the end of my favourite movies of 2019 list I said, “I can’t wait to keep sharing my thoughts and opinions on films in 2020,” or something along those lines. And ever since the post I haven’t written a single review, list, or editorial. Now with a global pandemic […]

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Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari feels like an old fashioned film that just doesn’t get made anymore. Here is a big studio film that isn’t a franchise film, isn’t based on pre-existing material, or have any kind of superhero in it. And not that there’s anything wrong with being one (or all) of those things, I’m simply […]

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JoJo Rabbit

I was pleasantly surprised by the reaction of the audience in tonight’s screening of JoJo Rabbit. I heard so many people say, “That was such a different kind of movie, but I loved it!” Taika Waititi’s JoJo Rabbit is definitely a different kind of film than your typical mainstream comedies, one where a New Zealander […]

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Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel is the latest film from Marvel and Disney, after an 8-month break. Captain Marvel continues to develop the astonishing 20 film universe known as the MCU. Unlike any other Marvel film (except for Captain America: The First Avenger), Captain Marvel takes place before the events of the first Iron Man. Set in 1995, […]

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The Upside

The Upside stars Kevin Hart, Bryan Cranston, and Nicole Kidman, and is based on the true story about a wealthy quadriplegic man who hires an ex-convict to help with his day-to-day routine. Together they improve each other’s lives and get high on life. I was pleasantly surprised while watching this movie in the theatre. I […]

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