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90 – Call Me By Your Name, The Florida Project, It, Ingrid Goes West, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

90 – Call Me By Your Name, The Florida Project, It, Ingrid Goes West, Star Wars: The Last Jedi

As the end of the year rolls around, the Oscar flicks start to fill our screens. We venture into that field in this episode with two Oscar hopefuls – Call Me By Your Name and The Florida Project. Then, we journey to earlier in the year with the uber-successful clown based horror flick It and the social media driven stress-fest that is Ingrid Goes West. Finally, we forgo a full length Star Wa...[Read More]

Call Me By Your Name Review

Call Me By Your Name Review

There is a shot midway through Call Me By Your Name that showcases the observant directing style of Luca Guadagnino. Timothée Chalamet’s seventeen year old Elio is lingering around his parents Italian villa in the midst of summer. Lackadaisical and carefree, he opens a fridge and stares into it, eventually pulling out what he desires. He closes the door as he leaves the room, but it doesn’t shut c...[Read More]

Zelos Review

Zelos Review

Love it or hate it, the mumblecore movement of filmmaking in America has certainly spawned an impressive array of brilliant artists such as Greta Gerwig and the Duplass brothers. The ‘genre’ also aims to explore many modern day issues that seem to plague thirty-somethings as they progress in society. One such issue is explored in the Australian film Zelos – namely, what do you do when your partner...[Read More]

Loving Review

Loving Review

The true story of Richard and Mildred Loving is one that is ripe for a film adaptation. On paper, one can easily conjure up a saccharine version of this film beat for beat: a story of a couple in love who have to drive across state lines just to get married, only to return to their home state and be persecuted due to their interracial relationship. Cue the Celine Dion music and sunset tinged vista...[Read More]

By the Sea

By the Sea

I’m not usually one to bring up a films opening line as a guide to that particular films quality, however, the opening line to Angelina Jolie-Pitt’s By the Sea is a corker. And I don’t use the word corker all that often. In fact, I despise the word corker. But, it’s worthwhile utilising a word I don’t like here for a film like By the Sea. Anyhow, corkers aside, the opening line of the film, as Ang...[Read More]