Don’t forget, we’re the sad guys – Collateral Beauty Review

Even in terrible movies, Will Smith can shine. Collateral Beauty is the story of Howard Inlet (Smith) who's dealing with the death of his daughter. Generally morose, unsociable and, to the dismay of his friends and business partners, a real difficult person to work with. Hatching a scheme to paint Inlet as unfit to run … Continue reading Don’t forget, we’re the sad guys – Collateral Beauty Review

Beast, but a tad bit ineffective – Split Review

That connection to Unbreakable seems flimsy at best. Split is a story about Kevin Wendell Crumb (McAvoy) who suffers from DID and has 23 distinct personalities in him. After abducting and imprisoning 3 girls in his basement, here's what transpires on-screen - a few prison break attempts by the girls, some therapy sessions between Kevin and his … Continue reading Beast, but a tad bit ineffective – Split Review

Not much to say – Patriots Day Review

Present-day real life tragedies don't get better treatment on-screen than Berg and Wahlberg. Patriots Day depicts the terrorist bombing during the 2013 Boston Marathon. The lives of a chosen few characters is illustrated before, during and after the bombing and the subsequent shootings. Main focus is on police sergeant Tommy Saunders (Wahlberg) who's in the middle and centre … Continue reading Not much to say – Patriots Day Review

Not just another superhero movie – Unbreakable Review

Unbreakable - The first time Samuel L. Jackson played Nick Fury. Finding super-powered individuals. Chose a dark path though. Now that CBM's have saturated the market, there seems to be a lack of imagination in them. While a few good ones such as The Dark Knight and Winter Soldier incorporate sub-genres (political thriller, in this case) … Continue reading Not just another superhero movie – Unbreakable Review