An absolutely fascinating story on a highly interesting individual. The whole narrative just pulls one in, even if you're not into Formula 1 racing in the slightest. From the exciting racing sequences to the rivalry between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, it never once lets go. And the ending is some of the most tense I've been in a cinema in a long time.
Masterfully directed by George Stevens, The Diary of Anne Frank is a very respectable take on this story and kept me gripped throughout its entire three-hour running time. Millie Perkins brings plenty… read review
The world should be thankful that Disney shut down ImageMovers Digital, as we don’t have to subject ourselves to their Uncanny Valley-laden films. From the get-go, Mars Needs Moms is uncomfortable… read review
A great western, mainly thanks to its simplicity and overall calmness. Glenn Ford’s fantastic performance especially contributes to this, as he doesn’t play the usual stereotypical western outlaw… read review
Everywhere people look, there is someone staring at a machine. Computers have become more popular than they were ten years ago. Gameboys and iPods are constantly used by young people the world over… read review