Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Sportin’ Life

Movie Review: Sportin’ Life

  With consistency in their frequent collaborations with one another, Sportin’ Life should offer fans of Abel Ferrara and Willem Dafoe an extra hour of intense and engrossing content. Offering the two in candid conversation, peeling back the layers of their relationship in a comfortable hour suggests a great deal of interest. Two friends that have bonded […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Togo

Movie Review: Togo

Always excited to view what flavour of lime green vomit Disney are going to offer us, Disney+ has streamlined this content to somewhere out of my reach. Togo has its appeals, surprisingly. Willem Dafoe can sell us any form of nonsense he wants, and this latest pairing of man and dog appears to have made the […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Last Thing He Wanted

Movie Review: The Last Thing He Wanted

The last thing I wanted was to watch The Last Thing He Wanted, the latest Netflix original to come from the mind of director Dee Rees. With an ensemble cast featuring the likes of Anne Hathaway, Willem Dafoe, Ben Affleck and Toby Jones, I was expecting a tight political thriller that would match the likes of Argo, All […]

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Movie Review: Motherless Brooklyn

Movie Review: Motherless Brooklyn

Presumably sick of being unable to craft a role the way he wants, Edward Norton has decided that the best course of action would just be to make his own projects the way he sees fit. A bold move to make, especially seeing as his career has been winding down somewhat in recent years, his […]

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Movie Review: The Lighthouse

Movie Review: The Lighthouse

Eagerly anticipating any film whatsoever is a recipe for disaster. Considering before you even enter the film you’ve already set it an impossibly high standard, there’s no doubt that your initial viewing will be somewhat disappointing to say the least. Hearing nothing but praise for the newest Robert Eggers film, The Lighthouse, I knew my […]