“I get it that you’re disappointed in the person who materialised. I’m really disappointed in him too. I hate him. I hate him so damn much. And I…I can’t forgive the guy. He’s done other stuff before this too, he has. He’s lied. He’s been unfaithful. Yes, he confesses. He cheats at games when he […]

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Edith Cushing (Mia Wasikowska, Alice in Wonderland), the main character of Crimson Peak, is an aspiring young author with an affinity for ghosts. As she often says of her book, “It’s not a ghost story, it’s a story with ghosts.” And yes, there’s a difference. Especially since the same can be said about Crimson Peak […]

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SICARIO (2015)

There is no easy description to explain French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve’s most recent film, Sicario. Through all the action, drama, thrills and underlying political commentary about USA and Mexico, audiences are kept on the edge of their seats during the 2 hours runtime of the movie. The intensity and suspense left me curled up in the cinema, […]

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THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. (2015)

Although The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is adapted from a 1960s TV show, it avoids coming off dated, instead turning out to be pleasantly refreshing and stylish. The premise is simple: Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill, Man of Steel) is “CIA’s Finest” while Illya Kuryakin (Armie Hammer, The Lone Ranger) is “KGB’s Best”, and though the men […]

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(SPOILER ALERT!) As a film student, I am ashamed to say that The Martian was the first film I have enjoyed from the talented director, Ridley Scott. I also have a confession to make (the movie was awesome, don’t get me wrong) – I just can’t put my finger on whatever it was that made the film […]

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