Review – Hostiles

Hostiles, written and directed by Scott Cooper, offers a solemn, introspective look at a transitional point in American history. Not only was America changing; shifting towards a new way of life, but the people who had been moulded by the old ways, also had to change, or be left behind. Taking on damaged, seemingly irredeemable individuals, the film takes us on a journey that is meaningful and full of hardships – all in the hopes of finding a way to heal. This might be Scott Cooper’s best work to date and I’m eager to talk in detail about this incredible film he’s created. On with the review. Read more

Review – Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne, directed by Paul Greengrass, is a film with the unrelenting momentum that is now a staple of Greengrass’s style. But this is a film that also comes encumbered with the problems that plague most of his films. There’s quite a bit to breakdown and analyse about this film, and a lot of it isn’t on the positive side. So let’s get this “autopsy” underway. Read more