Released: 12th July
Seen: 18th July
Released: 12th July
Seen: 18th July
Released: 16th February 2018
Seen: 5th April 2018
Released: 29th March 2018 (Australia)
Seen: 27th February 2018 (Mardi Gras Film Festival)
Released: 18th January 2018 (Australia)
Seen: 10th February 2018
Directed by: Guillermo del Toro
Written by: Guillermo del Toro & Vanessa Taylor
Produced by: Bull Productions, Double Dare You (DDY) & Fox Searchlight Pictures
Starring: Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Michael Shannon & Octavia Spencer
Released: 8th February 2018 (Australia)
Seen: 8th February 2018
Directed by: James Foley
Written by: Niall Leonard
Produced by: Universal Pictures
Starring: Dakota Johnson & Jamie Dornan
Released: 26th December 2017 (Australia)
Seen: 31st January 2018
Seen 21st November
The second day of the Lift Off film festival was by far the busiest with two features and several featurettes. This French film is one whose title I’m unsure if I have right because I’ve seen it as “The Ones That Stay” and “The Ones That Stays“, which is the only version of the poster I can find so for this review I’m going to be calling it “The Ones That Stay” because that title makes more sense. You got that? Good, let’s go onto this tale of a man, his father and a hooker.
Date Released: 10th February 2017
Date Seen: 1st November 2017
In the late 80’s a film called 9 1/2 Weeks introduced the concept of the erotic thriller to the world of cinema, a subgenre of movies that would go on to be a large portion of the next decade with films like Basic Instinct, Fatal Attraction and Showgirls all making their mark in their own unique way, be it good or bad. Fifty Shades Darker would desperately like you to think it deserves to be put in the same class as those movies… Fifty Shades Darker is delusional about this desire.
Seen 16th July
Let’s run a little experiment. What happens when you take ALL of the Lifetime movies and throw them together into a period drama inspired by a 1951 novel with Finnick from The Hunger Games and Evelyn from The Mummy… yes, you get this thing.
Seen May 7th
In 1991 Disney released Beauty and the Beast, a film that practically saved the studio and pushed it into the renaissance period of the studio. That period was hinted at with Little Mermaid but it’s Beauty and the Beast that reminded everyone that Disney still had it, soon followed by Aladdin and Lion King, it was a period in time when Disney was on top again and holds the distinction of being the first animated film to be nominated for Best Picture. It’s a goddamn iconic movie… so why the actual hell would anyone remake it?
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