Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Happiest Season

Movie Review: Happiest Season

We’ll never see another year of classic Christmas comedies. Gone are the glorious classics of Home Alone and Die Hard. Every year, a new wave of festive, family-friendly films is thrown together and shunted onto any platform that will dare buy them, released into the wild, waiting to be hunted down by rabid members of the public who […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Seberg

Movie Review: Seberg

The life of Jean Seberg is a truly interesting one. Her need to do right in the world was, unfortunately, her undoing. Finding myself surprisingly excited for Seberg, the biopic of her final years as she finds herself involved with the politics of the Black Panther group, I should have been warier. Not just because of […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Charlie’s Angels

Movie Review: Charlie’s Angels

I didn’t really think we’d need another adaptation of the of the 1970s American action show Charlie’s Angels, but then again what do I know about trends? Apparently, there was a bloody high demand to reimagine the trio of Angels for the big screen, again. Not satisfied with the output of Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu […]

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Movie Review: Underwater

Movie Review: Underwater

I hate to admit it, but I was somewhat excited for Underwater upon the initial announcement of its release. It’s amazing how quick your optimism can dissolve after reading the words “T.J. Miller”, but nonetheless I thought I’d persevere through William Eubank’s latest feature, which is set at the bottom of the deep blue sea. Starring the […]