The Oscars are tomorrow. (Or now, depending on whether I remember to publish this or not) Continue reading “What should happen at the 2018 Oscars?”
I’ve created a Spotify playlist for great songs. No real tonal or genre-leaning consistency – just songs I think are great.
The idea is to add one song a day, so this post will obviously contain 31 greats.
I will update here each month on what I’ve added with short reviews of each song (as you can guess, it’ll all be positive gushing). So here goes with the first month… Continue reading “MastaPeeces. [January 2018]”
If Moonlight was the painful and quiet yearning for a forbidden love, Call Me by Your Name is the melancholic resolution where all yearning is urgently realised – and we’re happier because of it. And once the story inevitably comes to an end, we’re sadder because of it. Continue reading “Call Me by Your Name is Moonlight with the silent pain retracted”
The Greatest Showman is an original film musical based around the life of the accomplished P.T. Barnum who essentially created what we now call the Circus. Continue reading “The Greatest Showman is so energeneric”
Having just returned from a second viewing of The Last Jedi, I have gathered evidence (which may or may not be remembered correctly) to suggest that Rey’s parents may be more familiar than we think… Continue reading “Okay, I have a genuine Star Wars theory now…”
“Welcome to the jungle/We’ve got fun and games” screeched Axl Rose on 1987’s Appetite for Destruction opener, inadvertently giving a perfect review to a film with a similar title a full 20 years before its release – that’s talent. Continue reading “Axl Rose was right about Jumanji 2…”