Isle of Dogs (2018) Review

(Review by Cinephiliacs Contributing Writer: Lisa Davy) So, recently I took a trip to the cinema with my family to see a movie we’d been anticipating for months – Wes Andersons new stop-motion animation ‘Isle of Dogs‘. This was Andersons second foray into this medium, having previously adapted Roald Dahl’s ‘Fantastic Mr Fox‘.  We all loved that movie, so thought we’d give this one a whirl. The … Continue reading Isle of Dogs (2018) Review

The Big Sick (2017) Review

Now who doesn’t love a good love story? Especially when that story isn’t all kitten paws, rainbow dust and glittery unicorn butt cheeks? A realistic story, or at least one with edge and substance that doesn’t paint relationships as smooth sailing all the time. Hollywood has a tendency to portray marriage, or love, as something gelatinous and weird, a sort of “man meets woman, woman … Continue reading The Big Sick (2017) Review

10 Random Books We Wanna See Made Into Movies

Hello movie fans. Hello book worms. HELLO! So, I’m a big chunky lover of books and film, I adore both mediums, so of course I have a great interest in seeing the outcomes of movies that have been created based on a good solid papery novel. Still, there are times, plenty of times, that I read a good book and ponder the idea that “hmm, … Continue reading 10 Random Books We Wanna See Made Into Movies

God’s Own Country (2017) Review

As a Yorkshire born lad, I was drawn to this movie by the fact that the setting is right in the heart of the gloomy, wet and beautiful Yorkshire countryside, surroundings I grew up alongside. The director, who also penned the film, Francis Lee, is a Yorkshireman himself, and his love for, and familiarity with, the area is obvious with the confidence in which he … Continue reading God’s Own Country (2017) Review