It reads as this 'faux girl power' the 90s loved to do as a tokenistic way of performing feminism.
1,000 and Counting: Encanto (2021)
I finally cracked down and sat to watch it whilst visiting my sister in Bristol, and was in for a treat!
Bullet Train | 2022 | Review
The fight sequences are fun, with a hint of unpredictability.
1,000 and Counting: Judy (2019)
I never got my chance to see it on the big screen. It had been lingering on my watchlist, waiting for my eyes to lock on and be enthralled by the Hollywood glamour. Thankfully, I finally got see it.
Hustlers | 2019 | Review
(based on the New York Times article by Jessica Pressler, written and directed by Lorene Scafaria) Alright, everyone, we are now into the Oscar-bait season of films coming into our theatres. Hustlers, based on the viral article on a true crime story, could very easily (and I have been guilty of this) be branded as the … Continue reading Hustlers | 2019 | Review
Bohemian Rhapsody | 2018 | Review
(based on a true story, written by Anthony McCarten, directed by Bryan Singer) I was so hyped for this film. I adore Rami Malek, I find him hypnotising to watch, and I had always wanted to see an honest biopic of the legend that is Freddie Mercury. However, after keeping tabs on the film via … Continue reading Bohemian Rhapsody | 2018 | Review
Dogs (Season 1) | 2018 | Review
(Directed by Heidi Ewing. Developed by Glen Zipper.) For those who do not know me, I have always been a dog person. In terms of what documentary series I watch on a Wednesday evening, you bet it's about some dogs trying to get adopted and/or recover from a difficult surgery of getting a new bionic … Continue reading Dogs (Season 1) | 2018 | Review
Ocean’s 8 | 2018 | Review
"The plan is priceless." (Written by Gary Ross and Olivia Milch. Directed by Gary Ross) We follow Debbie Ocean (Sanda Bullock), the sister of Ocean's 11's Danny Ocean, continuing her life of heists and scams after being released from prison. To get revenge for the lover who framed her and sent her to prison, Claude (Richard … Continue reading Ocean’s 8 | 2018 | Review
Aggretsuko (Season 1) | 2018 | Review
"Frustrated with her thankless office job, Retsuko the Red Panda copes with her daily struggles by belting out death metal karaoke after work." After being bombarded with the trailer for this Netflix original, I decided to give this new and unique anime series a go. As you can read from its Netflix description above, the … Continue reading Aggretsuko (Season 1) | 2018 | Review
Isle of Dogs | 2018 | Review
"By Executive Decree, all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to a vast garbage-dump." (Written and Directed by Wes Anderson) I profess, before I went into the cinema, I already knew I would be somewhat enthusiastic about the latest Wes Anderson film. Since I watched Grand Budapest Hotel, I became enthralled by his unique … Continue reading Isle of Dogs | 2018 | Review