Extreme Opinions – Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

The lights dim. The audience is breathlessly waiting in the darkness, eyeballs fixated on the silver screen. The Lucasfilm logo materializes - everyone applauds. "A long time ago..." in blue text indicates that they'll never deviate from tradition. Then arrives William's iconic main title piece, accompanied by the simplistic yet effective title crawl. The entire … Continue reading Extreme Opinions – Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

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I mean, how hard can it be? – Top Gear Review

350 million viewers a year? That's probably an underestimation... Never thought I'd watch a car show where I'd care less about all the exotic Ferraris and Paganis and more about the people who drive them. Top Gear has never been about just the cars. The trio - consisting of Jeremy "The Orang-utan" Clarkson, Richard "Hamster" … Continue reading I mean, how hard can it be? – Top Gear Review

What we look for in the blockbusters – Thor: Ragnarok Review

It's been 5 years since the first team-up "Avengers" movie hit theatres and yet, Marvel still manages to make smaller team-ups lively. Banner, Strange have small parts. So how do they manage to astound us so much? It's probably some formula... Thor: Ragnarok presents the third outing of our beloved norse-god going toe-to-toe with Hela (Cate … Continue reading What we look for in the blockbusters – Thor: Ragnarok Review

Frying chickens and the Coca-Cola Company – Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Review

Straddling a deployed nuclear warhead is a glorious way to die... Once you get past the initial "What's this all about?" phase, you begin to understand and appreciate what is probably the best comic pieces ever made. Period. This extravagantly titled motion picture - "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love … Continue reading Frying chickens and the Coca-Cola Company – Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb Review

Let’s put a scream on that face! – It Review

Feels like writing after 27 years... It, based on the Stephen King novel, follows the demonic entity - Pennywise the Dancing Clown, who terrorises kids in the tiny town of Derry. Shape-shifting and eternally cruel, the scariest jester in popular culture comes to life by a brilliant performance by Bill Skarsgård. Touted as the saviour of … Continue reading Let’s put a scream on that face! – It Review