Film & Book Reviews

Movie Night – Wicked Little Letters

Are you tired of the same old stuffy British dramas?

Wicked Little Letters is here to shake things up. It’s a movie that gleefully throws a bucket of vulgarity (in the best way possible) at the typical period piece, leaving you pleasantly surprised and excited for more.

Spice Up Your Life: Dune Part 2 – Book vs. Big Screen

Dune Part Two is here, promising to delve deeper into Frank Herbert’s legendary sci-fi saga. With a bit of scepticism, I went to watch it on the big screen.

I’m not a big fan of Part 2 for successful movies. I was curious to see how closely the movie follows the book. 

Movie Night – Movies Based on Video Games

In today’s fast-paced world of technological progress, the impact of video games, artificial intelligence (AI), and cutting-edge tech on filmmaking is more evident than ever before.

Taking cues from beloved classics like “The Matrix” and “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” modern-day movies such as “Uncharted,” “Free Guy,” and “Ready Player One” showcase a delightful blend of these influences.

Let’s take a closer look at how the evolution of technology, video games, and AI fuels innovation in the world of cinema.

In today’s “Movie Night,” I’ll delve into these three captivating films, each offering a unique mix of adventure, humour, and virtual thrills.

Movie Night – Oppenheimer

When it’s time to pick the perfect movie for Movie Night, we can’t help but be intrigued by the stellar films competing for those coveted awards. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be your guide on this cinematic adventure. And, unless you lived under a rock over the past year, you’ve likely caught wind of the epic showdown between “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer.” 

This week, let’s dive into the enthralling world of “Oppenheimer.

Movie Night – Golda

In summary, if you’re interested in historical biopics and like dialogue-heavy dramas, this is definitely the movie for you to watch on Movie Night.

Movie Night – Maestro

If you’re a fan of non-linear storytelling, biopics, and music, then “Maestro” is tailor-made for you. My final rating after the cinematic experience?

A solid 3.5/5 stars.

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