Review – The Old Man & the Gun

The Old Man & the Gun, written and directed by David Lowery, is a devilishly charming film in which you’ll willingly and effortlessly fall in love with its characters, and eagerly get lost in its simple but endearing story. It could be argued that the film meanders along; it’s not exactly the most thrilling experience for a general audience, which I’ll explore in my review, but there’s something that’s just lovely about this film, and I’m looking forward to writing my review of it… so let’s get to it. Read more

Review – BlacKkKlansman

BlacKkKlansman, co-written and directed by Spike Lee, is a film that rings loud with the filmmaker’s distinctive voice and approach. Th purpose is undeniable, the boldness unflinching, and the tone in which it approaches its subject is very effective. It’s a film you can’t ignore – it won’t let you – nor should you. But the film’s strict focus does result in other elements of the film not feeling as complete as they should be, and it does result in what feels like an incomplete package. So, the question is: do those issues effect the film in such a way that it fails overall? Could the love of so many critics be misplaced? Let’s find that out and more in my review.    Read more