The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Review

I have a complicated history with The Hunger Games series. I haven’t read the books, with my introduction to the series being the first film, and I hated that film. I found it to be incredibly derivative, poorly directed and many of the characters were completely forgettable and I had no intention of carrying on… Continue reading The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Review

The Imitation Game Review

I don’t think there was anyone more important to the world of technology than Alan Turing. His research has been incredibly important for the development of artificial intelligence and his work at Bletchley Park was the forerunner to the modern computer age. Even in the world of film Turing’s influence cannot be denied, notably the… Continue reading The Imitation Game Review

Interstellar Review

All throughout the year, Interstellar has been my most anticipated film. Nolan is my favourite director working today and has made many of my favourite films, mainly The Dark Knight, The Prestige and Inception, so of course I was hyped for this film. Warner Bros clearly had a lot of trust in Nolan as they… Continue reading Interstellar Review

Nightcrawler Review

Over the past few months, we’ve seen a number of films come out looking at the state of the modern media. From comedies like Anchorman 2, to action films like The Hunger Games, to thrillers like Gone Girl, there’s been this prevailing sense of how the media exploits certain stories and relies more on shock… Continue reading Nightcrawler Review