A speech that has affected television, videos and presidential campaigns, Gordon Gekko’s iconic monologue is a warning of America’s potentially disastrous future. The sense of conviction and humbleness from Gekko is quietly sinister but to a degree, admirable. The fascination on Bud Fox’s face speaks to the many up and coming stockbrokers of that era. The speech is a … Continue reading Greed is Good!
I’m of the opinion that children are getting wiser with each generation. They’re telling parents what to do, they dress like adults these days etc. Whether The Boss Baby acknowledges this is another conversation but what it does teach is how many of us have had that fear of being loved less by our parents … Continue reading The Boss Baby Review
A24 films have offered some indie gems of the last few years, here are a few I’ve either admired or just plain loved; Locke, Ex Machina, A Most Violent Year, Room, The Witch, Green Room, The Lobster and the Best Picture winning Moonlight. The Witch was a critical darling but didn’t impress general audiences due to … Continue reading It Comes At Night Review
I’ve always liked Spiderman. Sam Raimi’s take on the web slinger some 15 years ago was a well realised and exciting adventure that was at the boom of the superhero genre making its mark on dominating the box office. For the most part, it was a well told story with such charm and sentiment that … Continue reading Spiderman: Homecoming Review