I, Tonya (Spoiler-Free) Review

Everyone is thinking it, and even the film catches you out, you all came here about ‘the incident’. This said ‘incident’ defined American figure skater Tonya Harding’s life, regardless of whether she was the first female American skater to land a Triple Axel in a competition. It was Harding’s association to the attack against her … Continue reading I, Tonya (Spoiler-Free) Review

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The Shape of Water (Spoiler-Free) Review

A fine cinematic example of imagination knowing no bounds, as this otherworldly romance is an exquisite fairy-tale unlike any other. The voiceless Elisa Esposito (Sally Hawkins) lives a lonely life above a cinema, in 1960s America. She finds solace in her perfectly-timed routine before work, which ironically makes her dependable on her colleague and friend, … Continue reading The Shape of Water (Spoiler-Free) Review

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Spoiler-Free) Review

Billboards: a great way to advertise, or in Martin McDonagh’s eyes, the making of a unique, unapologetic, twisted comic tale. With no culprit found to her daughter’s brutal murder, a mother (Frances McDormand) launches her attack on the local inept police force, in a bid to find justice. If you want stuff done, do it … Continue reading Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Spoiler-Free) Review

The Hitman’s Bodyguard (Spoiler-Free) Review

The combination of Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson is pure comedy gold. The film is what it says on the tin; Michael Bryce (Ryan Reynolds) is a professional bodyguard tasked with the custody of former hitman, Darius Kincaid (Samuel L. Jackson). Kincaid has incriminating evidence against Vladislav Dukhovich, a ruthless dictator standing trial for … Continue reading The Hitman’s Bodyguard (Spoiler-Free) Review