Toni Erdmann is a German comedy (mind the oxymoron) about Ines, a hard-working business consultant in an industry where sexism continues to weigh her down, who is paid an unwelcome visit by her father Winfried, an old-age prankster hoping to reconnect after the death of his dog. Continue reading “He did what in the cake? – Toni Erdmann movie review”
Exactly as the title would suggest, I am going to become a much younger and more handsome Bruce Willis. Continue reading “DONATE AND I’LL GO BALD”
Getting interested in foreign cinema can seem very difficult when you’re recommended nothing but three-hour bores and films based entirely on their *symbolism* when the *symbolism* is lacking a *story*. Continue reading “10.5 Foreign Films to get you hooked onto Foreign Cinema”
Remember The Sixth Sense? Remember the director? Yeah, he’s back… Continue reading “We need to talk about Kevin – Split movie review”
Why am I always blown away by the films I’m not expecting to blow me away? Continue reading “A near-perfect script for these Perfect Strangers (movie review)”
*THIS IS NOT A REVIEW. THIS IS JUST POSITIVE VENTING.*
In my recent review for La La Land (read that here), I stated that I would’ve enjoyed it more if I didn’t have a cold.
Now I don’t have a cold. I watched it again. Continue reading “La La Land 2: La La Harder – La La Land second thoughts”
La La Land is the latest and greatest from Damien Chazelle, a director I hope we’ll be seeing a lot of in the coming years.
It follows Mia (Emma Stone), a struggling actress who finds nothing but rejections and frustrating auditions who falls in love with Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a jazz-fanatic with hopes of owning his own club after being fired from another.
The two handle a romance while at the same time trying to handle their dreams, which may be compromising each other…
…and did I mention it’s a musical? Continue reading “A headache I’d be glad to have again – La La Land movie review”