La La Land

Originally posted on Wookey's world:
Yesterday evening my partner and I went to see the critically acclaimed ‘La la land’ at the cinema. We had a lovely evening and I thoroughly enjoyed the film, ( My boyfriend did not but enjoyed the happiness that I received from watching it and just spending the time together…

Split (Spoiler-Free Review)

Originally posted on Mabs Does Movies:
Verdict: 2/10 Synopsis While the mental divisions of those with dissociative identity disorder have long fascinated and eluded science, it is believed that some can also manifest unique physical attributes for each personality, a cognitive and physiological prism within a single being. Though Kevin has evidenced 23 personalities to…

The Great Wall -Disappointingly pedestrian

Originally posted on Movie Metropolis:
The Great Wall review: by Adam Brannon UK certification: 12A Acclaimed director Zhang Yimou has been at the helm of some of China’s greatest film assets. 1991’s Raise the Red Lantern is widely regarded as one of the defining foreign-language films of its period and 2004’s House of Flying Daggers…

“The Big Lebowski” Movie Review

Originally posted on ForCarol: Drive Safe! Never Forget:
“The Dude” Lebowski (Jeff Bridges) is an unemployed, very lazy, dude. One night as he returned home to his pathetic apartment (the rent is overdue) two thugs attacked him demanding money owed them by Lebowski’s wife, Bunny (Tara Reid). HUH??? The Dude is not married, and he…

Logan: The Wolverine Film We’ve Been Waiting For

Originally posted on Pop Culture Uncovered:
In the final installment of the Wolverine series, Hugh Jackman proves that whomever is cast in the titular role will have a tough act to follow. Logan takes an introspective look at Wolverine as a broken man who tries to make peace with who he is, as well as his…