Review – The Mule

The Mule, directed by Clint Eastwood, is an awkward, confusing experience that somewhere beyond the uncomfortable scenes and odd directorial decisions in a somewhat charming little film that I think I enjoyed. Genuinely, I am going to struggle with this review, because even at this very moment, having had a decent amount of time to try to evaluate what exactly I sat through, I’m still conflicted and confused as to what The Mule was supposed to be and some of the decisions that made it into the film. So, join me on this journey, as I try to figure out what it was, I watched and if it was any good. Read more

Review – Sully: Miracle on the Hudson

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Sully: Miracle on the Hudson, directed by Clint Eastwood, is a structurally unconventional film – something I’m not opposed too. However, in the context of this film, it felt distracting and messy. I never felt like I got a clear, coherent idea of the primary characters in the film, and despite some solid performances, I was left struggling to connect myself to a film that lacked some genuine humanity. So I should probably get this review underway, as I certainly have some things to say. Read more

Review – American Sniper

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American Sniper directed by Clint Eastwood is a film with a strong performance at its forefront, from Bradley Cooper but unfortunately is a film with not much else. American Sniper ultimately fails to deliver anything of real substance and leaves you disconnected, frustrated and a little bored. Read more