Overboard – Brand New Trailer!

The original 80s  film is often met with this reaction: Although it did unite Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell, the idea of a woman manipulated after a head injury seems kinda sketchy and awful, often deriding as being sexist and 100% OK. So how is it going to be better with the gender reversal? Not a lot. The film revolves around a wealthy playboy who … Continue reading Overboard – Brand New Trailer!

The Defiant Ones – Brand New Trailer!

Not many artists can say they changed,  shaped, and moulded entire generations of culture but Dr. Dre can. In this latest documentary from Netflix, many celebrate his tour de force in music.  The Defiant Ones revolves around Jimmy Lovine and Dr,. Dre, whose impropably partnership help shape different and transformative events in contemporary culture. Starring interviews with Bono, David Geffen, Eminem, Nas, Stevie Nicks, Ice … Continue reading The Defiant Ones – Brand New Trailer!

I Feel Pretty – Brand New Trailer

The first trailer has arrived for the new Amy Schumer comedy I Feel Pretty. The film follows Schumer’s cosmetics employee Renee Barrett. An ordinary women plagued every day by feelings of inadequacies and insecurities. In a world where women are constantly judged for their appearance, Renee is bored of not being enough. One day she hits her head and wakes up seeing herself as beautiful. Despite … Continue reading I Feel Pretty – Brand New Trailer

The Ritual – Review

The Ritual, adapted by Joe Barton from Adam Nevill’s 2011 bestseller, is now a feature film directed by David Bruckner (who aficionados may remember contributed ‘Amateur Night’ to the anthology horror film V/H/S). The story concerns a group of old college friends, Luke (Rafe Spall), Hutch (Rob James-Collier) Phil (Arsher Ali), Dom (Sam Troughton) and Robert (Paul Reid) who are planning their annual holiday together. … Continue reading The Ritual – Review

Loving Vincent – Review

by Ren Zelen  Loving Vincent is a crazy labour of love, exemplifying the idea that there is a little madness in all works of art. The film is a Polish-U.K. collaboration, which has resulted in an ambitious animated biopic celebrating the art of Vincent van Gogh. One must bow to the dedication of Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, the team behind this project. The production … Continue reading Loving Vincent – Review

Basmati Blues – Review

Basmati Blues is the directorial debut of Danny Baron and stars Brie Larson as a young scientist responsible for producing a genetically modified rice with her father (Scott Bakula). When a company representative fails to sell this new product to the rice farmers of India, their slimy boss (Donald Sutherland) sends her to the country to convince the locals to agree with it. However, she doesn’t … Continue reading Basmati Blues – Review