An incredible story that is hard not to be moved by, Love, Scott is a raw look into the life of Scott Jones who was attacked because of his sexual orientation and consequently paralysed from the waist down. Laura Marie Wayne constructs a unique… Continue Reading “HOT DOCS: LOVE, SCOTT ”
Originally written for Cinemaaxis.com The Accountant of Auschwitz is a well executed, eye-opening documentary. Oskar Gröning was a Nazi soldier whose job was to take the possessions of all the prisoners that were being sent to Auschwitz. He was also known as the ‘bookkeeper’,… Continue Reading “HOT DOCS: THE ACCOUNTANT OF AUSCHWITZ ”
Wes Anderson has a unique ability to create fictional universes, an alteration of our society, and his most recent output is certainly no exception. Based in Tokyo, the film amusingly introduces us to a world where dogs roamed wild, then were tamed as pets,… Continue Reading “ISLE OF DOGS ”
A Quiet Place features an interesting concept that is executed in an below average fashion. Far below, like falling down a well. I like quiet movies, but this is taking the idea a little too far and results in an almost awkward feeling in… Continue Reading “A QUIET PLACE ”
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