‘Prey ‘- The New Predator Film

“They Hunt to Live. It Lives to Hunt” The latest Instalment of the Predator Franchise will be released on August 5th After the huge disappointment of “The Predator”, this new release plays on the idea that the predators have been hunting for hundreds if not thousands of years. Set in the Comanche Nation 300 yearsContinue reading “‘Prey ‘- The New Predator Film”

FILM: “The Queen of Versailles” – Documentary

“The Queen of Versailles” directed by Lauren Greenfield, is the new acclaimed documentary about the harsh new economic times that are engulfing the world. It follows the lives of the billionaire businessman, David A Siegel (Owner of Westgate Resorts) and his wife, Jackie and their family as they ambitiously attempt to build one of theContinue reading “FILM: “The Queen of Versailles” – Documentary”

FILM: “Before Midnight” Vienna, Paris….Greece…………..

“Before Midnight”, was the long awaited final piece to the engaging and captivating trilogy directed by Richard Linklater.The film is set in yet another far flung and exotic location, namely Greece. The storyline picked up nine years later (After “Before Sunset”) in Greece with Jesse (Hawke) and Celine (Delpy) who now have twin children. OverContinue reading “FILM: “Before Midnight” Vienna, Paris….Greece…………..”

New Film – ‘Everywhere Everything At Once’ and the Return of Ke Huy Quan….

Everywhere Everything All At Once There is a huge buzz behind this new sci-fi fantasy movie and the reviews have been incredible. One of the main talking points is the return of Ke Huy Quan. He first made international headlines in cult classics such as “The Goonies” and “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”Continue reading “New Film – ‘Everywhere Everything At Once’ and the Return of Ke Huy Quan….”

FILM: “HEAD GAMES” The Sports Documentary Film

Tagline “How much are you willing to lose for a game?” If every time you took to the field to participate in the sport that you love but knew that you could potentially be slowly killing yourself, would you still play with the same level of determination and grit? Is the modern sports culture ofContinue reading “FILM: “HEAD GAMES” The Sports Documentary Film”

Calibre (2018) – A Thriller and True Test of Friendship and Loyalty

Calibre is a British Independent gem directed by Matt Palmer. The film starts off as a simple bonding holiday between two long time friends and ends up as a gripping thriller where the sense of isolation becomes overwhelming as edge of the seat twists and turns come thick and fast which leave the two mainContinue reading “Calibre (2018) – A Thriller and True Test of Friendship and Loyalty”

Snowtown (2011) – The Dark Side of Down Under…..

Another film dealing with the concept of misplaced loyalty which created a huge buzz is “Snowtown”. Based on a true story, this Australian Independent piece has garnered critical acclaim all around the world through word of mouth and its gritty dark nature and subject. “Snowtown” deals with the true story of one of Australia’s mostContinue reading “Snowtown (2011) – The Dark Side of Down Under…..”

‘Les Misérables’ (2019) – Tension in the Banlieues

‘Les Misérables’ is a 2019 documentary like urban contemporary drama set in the heart of the beating pulse of Paris. The film was directed by Ladj Ly and is a searing observation of racism, class and social division. The story is based on a real life incident and is set after the 2018 World CupContinue reading “‘Les Misérables’ (2019) – Tension in the Banlieues”

The Films of Terrence Malick ….

Terrence Malick is a cinematic genius and here are some of his most famous films from the last few decade. His latest film is the World War 2 film, “A Hidden Life” which tells the true story of Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector, refuses to fight for the Nazis in World War II. The film hasContinue reading “The Films of Terrence Malick ….”

“I’m Living It” – A Film that Explores Hong Kong’s Growing Homelessness Issue

“I’m Living It” explores the ‘hidden’ side of Hong Kong, far away from the bustling financial hub which people globally are familiar. The film examines Hong Kong’s inhabitants, who simply try and survive day by day, in one of the most expensive cities in the world and who have fallen below the poverty line inContinue reading ““I’m Living It” – A Film that Explores Hong Kong’s Growing Homelessness Issue”