Steve Jobs is frontlined by a blazing script from Aaron Sorkin and another great turn from Michael Fassbender, while Danny Boyle keeps the three settings of the film feeling fresh.Read more "Film Review: Steve Jobs"
Trance has an interesting premise and some great visuals, but it has a serious problem of telling instead of just showing; or shut the fuck up Rosario Dawson.Read more "Film Review: Trance"
Hearing the story of Aron Ralston may not be one of those memorable moments that you will remember for the rest of your life, as in the “Where were you when the Twin Towers fell?” sort of way, but I can definitely remember the shock with hints of nausea I felt when hearing that a […]Read more "Still Playing Review – 127 Hours"
127 Hours is an intense and inventive telling of Aron Ralston’s harrowing true story that Danny Boyle makes the most out of a rather limited film experience. Aron Ralston’s story is an unbelievable tale from the early 2000’s in which this adventurous mountain biker, hiker, outdoor kid is out on a hike when his arm […]Read more "Review: 127 Hours"
Danny Boyle’s latest is a fast paced (mostly) look at life in the slums of India, and an engaging and interesting portrait of a young boy’s like and his story of survival and search for love. Jamal Malik (Dev Patel) is one question away form winning India’s version of ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire” […]Read more "Review: Slumdog Millionaire"
Danny Boyle’s newest genre to play in is this great piece of sci-fi cinema that feels very fresh and original, most of the time, and keeps the viewer engaged throughout. The crew of Icarus 2 is on a mission to reboot the sun which is dying and causing for a temperature decrease on Earth. The […]Read more "Review: Sunshine"