Millie Lies Low – Film Review

“I just got dumped by my future” Before she can start her new life in New York City as an intern at an architecture firm, Millie (Ana Scotney) has a panic attack (even though she doesn’t have those) and has to leave the plane. Back in Wellington without a car, no job, no money, nowhere …

Dinner in America – Film Review

“Hey, did you turn the cricket’s up?” Simon (Kyle Gallner) isn’t a conventional person. He doesn’t have a job per se but he is willing to put his body through drug testing in order to make a few bucks. After ditching one test, he follows Beth (Hannah Marks) home for dinner and maybe a blowjob. …

Wild Men – Film Review

When Musa (Zaki Youssef – The Looming Tower) leaves his assumed dead mates after crashing a stolen car, he wanders off into the wild. Seriously injured and with only a large bag of stolen money on him, he bumps into Martin (Rasmus Bjerg – The Way to Mandalay), who’s trying his best to take life …

The Hating Game – Film Review

Lucy Hutton (Lucy Hale – Riverdale) has always been certain that the nice girl can get the corner office. She’s charming and accommodating and prides herself on being loved by everyone at Bexley & Gamin. Everyone except for coldly efficient, impeccably attired Joshua Templeman (Austin Stowell – Catch-22). And the feeling is mutual. Trapped in a …

Off the Rails – Film Review

For Kelly Tragedy strikes a small group of friends, the stoic but broke Kate (Jenny Seagrove), the comfortable in her life general practitioner Liz (Sally Phillips) and the token American, Cassie (Kelly Preston), an aging actress, when Anna (Andrea Corr) dies of cancer leaving behind her daughter Maddie (Elizabeth Dormer-Phillips) and her mother (Judi Dench) …

Best Sellers – Film Review

The ambitious Lucy Stanbridge (Aubrey Plaza – Happiest Season) has been running the publishing house she inherited from her father. After a series of failing YA-books and the non-stop stream of bad reviews, she’s ready to give up. That’s until she digs up an old contract with the presumed dead author, Harris Shaw (Michael Caine …

Black Friday – Film Review

On the eve of Black Friday, a group of toy store employees begin preparing for the onslaught of holiday shoppers. Not long after opening the doors, the employees find themselves fighting for their lives from parasitic, zombie shoppers. It is very apparent the purpose director Casey Tebo and writer Andy Greskoviak have for this film …

Danny Doom – Film Review

Danny (Gavin Michaels) is your average youth from small town Washington. Mom left when he was young and was left in the care of his sociopathic father. Lost in his ways, he was sucked into a cult by a local pastor and begins his journey into preaching the will of god to anyone who will …

Free Guy – Film Review

Free Guy is the story of your “average joe” bank teller, Guy (Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool) discovering that his role in life is not as clear-cut as he thought. He is actually a non-playable character (NPC) in a video game and his whole world is about to change when he meets “MolotovGirl” aka Millie (Jodie Comer, …

Bloody Oranges – Film Review | Cannes 2021

“The old world is dying, and the new world struggles to be born: now is the time of monsters.” ― Antonio Gramsci Alex (Alexandre Steiger) is a lawyer looking to make his way up in the world when he starts working with the corrupt Financial Secretary of France, Stéphane (Christophe Paou), who is trying to change …