In 1968, long before Studio Ghibli was founded, 2 talented animators collaborated for the first time on a Japanese feature film. The Little Norse Prince is what was produced, a film that although reminiscent of their later work, struggles to maintain relevance in the modern film landscape.
Over 70 years since her first comic book appearance, Wonder Woman finally arrives on cinema screens. After the two ill received DCU films, can this film relaunch the audience perception?
Director: Theodore Melfi Starring: Taraji P.Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Kevin Costner, Jim Parsons Studio: Fox 2000 Pictures Katherine Johnson. Dorothy Vaughn. Mary Jackson. Three names that…… Read more “Reviewed: Hidden Figures (Theodore Melfi, 2016)”
Pirates of the Caribbean returns for the fifth entry in the franchise. But, is it a return to form?
Co-producing with Wild Bunch, Studio Ghibli returns from its short hiatus with the beautifully drawn Red Turtle. With a simple storyline and subtle messages of environment and life choices, The Red Turtle will enchant with its premise.
Director: Fede Alvarez Starring: Stephen Lang, Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto Studio: Sony Pictures With a gripping intensity fluctuating throughout its entire duration, Don’t Breathe is…… Read more “Reviewed: Don’t Breathe (Fede Alvarez, 2016)”
Director: Guy Ritchie Starring: Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, Aiden Gillan, Eric Bana, Djimon Hounsou, Astrid Bergès-Frisbey Studio: Warner Brothers Straying massively from the source material, King Arthur…… Read more “Reviewed: King Arthur-Legend of the Sword (Guy Ritchie, 2017)”