Time to Turn to Magic: Desert Prayer Short Film Review

There’s something so genuine and powerful about a short film. That aesthetically beautiful essence where you can tell how much time and passion has gone into the project. Desert Prayer oozed these qualities perfectly, making me wish I could sit down with the creators and pull a part both the behind the scenes of making…

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The Cloverfield Paradox: Taking the Fight Into the Stars

The Cloverfield Paradox opted for space sci-fi thrills that quickly paid off, leaving my jaw dropped and excited to see where the story would take me. 4/5

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Call Me By Your Name: A Love Story Like No Other

The idyllic setting and beautiful cinematography perfectly compliments the two leading men. With such ease and grace it’s easy to forget the two are just acting when watching. 4/5

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A Quiet Place: Silence Is More Powerful Than Words, Right?

Known for it’s brilliant sound editing and little to no dialogue, A Quiet Place is a unique horror experience that challenges the genre in a new direction. 4/5

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The Show Must Go On: Bohemian Rhapsody Review

You don’t realize how much of a legacy someone can leave behind only until they’re gone. A person that can have an impact on the world or touch hearts even after they’re gone. That’s the ultimate legacy and one that’s certainly celebrated in full in the film Bohemian Rhapsody. The rock band Queen took the…

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Why Netflix’s Bird Box Needs To Be On Your Watch List, Despite Critique

Close your eyes and don’t make a sound, Bird Box is here and ready to scare the kids into believing their imaginary monster is real. Before you go and tell your kids it’s okay to watch Bird Box though, please don’t. This sci-fi horror has been known to scare even the adults, although coming from…

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The Steampunk Beasts Are Ready To Roll – Mortal Engines Review

Mortal Engines is a visual feast that spectacularly displays world-building it’s author Philip Reeve would be proud of. Check out the trailer to get a glimpse at Mortal Engines: The film’s two protagonists are Hester Shaw and Tom Natsworthy. Although I haven’t read the books (but now I definitely want to!), I absentmindedly watched the…

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Burning Bright for Generations to Come – Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Mini Review

Despite narrative critiques I could agree with (e.g. length and direction), I still thoroughly enjoyed the Crimes of Grindelwald. Although Harry Potter fans could be biased because any new glance into this rich world is greatly rewarding, you can’t deny the vibrancy and flame of this cinematic universe continuing to burn bright for generations to come.…

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Why the Mission: Impossible Franchise is the Strongest It’s Ever Been – Mission: Impossible – Fallout Review

I love this movie. There I said it. As a lover of film and someone who watches more film than the average person, you’d think it would be harder to find a great film but its actually quite the opposite. When a great film comes along it stands out, tickles your fancy and reminds you…

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Extinction – Netflix Original Film Review

Rewarding science fiction films are hard to come by, especially ones that manage to challenge the genre and work around science fiction tropes. Although we were initially off to a rough start, Extinction soon changed the game and took viewers on action packed thrills. Like most films of this genre, I had certain expectations I…

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