Author: Aimee

DVD Review: Your Name

Kimi No Na Wa or Your Name is a fantasy anime movie written and directed by Makoto Shinkai. It follows two strangers who have never met yet suddenly wake up in each others bodies...

DVD Review: The Fly

The Fly, directed by David Cronenberg, is an interesting film to say the least, reminiscent of other great horrors of the 80s, such as John Carpenter’s The Thing and Ridley Scott’s Alien. The film...

Professor Marston and The Wonder Woman

Professor Marston and The Wonder Woman is a tale of love like no other, It tells the story of the creation of Wonder Woman and the creator’s relationship with his wife and their lover....

DVD Review: The Beguiled

The Beguiled is not a psychological thriller like the trailer depicted it to be, but instead a period drama with weird twists and turns. Sofia Coppola rewrites, remakes and directs Don Siegel’s original, There...

Blade Runner 2049

A dystopian film, fueled by the relationships within itself, Blade Runner 2049, remains true to its original while bringing its own thing to the table. Definitely not a action movie but a film filled...

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

The Kingsman: The Golden Circle was directed by Matthew Vaughn, starring Taron Egerton, Julianne Moore and Colin Firth. Although it does not quite live up to the first kingsman movie, it was a worthy...

American Assassin

A topsy turvy tale of revenge, torture, terrorism and the CIA. American Assassin is a action thriller directed by Michael Cuesta and based on the novel of the same name by Vince Flynn. The...

IT

It, the topsy turvy tale of seven children and a demonic shapeshifting dancing clown is based on a book written by Stephen King. It’s the second film adaptation of the book, but this time...

The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower written by Stephen King and adapted for the screen and directed by Nikolaj Arcel, stars Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey and Tom Taylor. The film is set around a tower that protects...

DVD Review: Army of One

Army of One, starring Nick Cage and Russell Brand, was a misfortunate mess of a movie. Directed by Larry Charles, known for directing Borat. The film’s cheap jokes mixed with the stupidness of Nick...