Tags » Ben Wishaw


Just two Bond films from the finish line we managed to get caught up with lots of boring real-life stuff like moving house and changing jobs. 4,442 more words

James Bond

London Spy & the Tom Rob Smith Effect

You need to be watching the BBC miniseries London Spy. Seriously. It’s on Canadian Netflix right now, and I blew through all five hour-long episodes over the weekend. 559 more words

The Lobster (Movie Review)


This started off as a light hearted comedy that was a little bit weird but manageable. Around an hour through it took a very dark turn and went mental. 343 more words

Movie Review: The Lobster (2015)

Though you might not consciously be aware of it, most modern societies are constructed around the favored legal restriction and enforcement of monogamy through the governmentally approved promotion of its desired outcome: marriage. 1,566 more words

Modern Movie Reviews

Review: The Lobster

By Christian DiMartino

It’s been a few days since I saw The Lobster, and since then I’ve kind of been trying to collect my thoughts. 529 more words

Paddington (2014)

I’ve not heard of director Paul King before, but what he’s done with Paddington is craft a clever, witty and heart-warming film.  With a plot which contains a couple of stories from the first of Michael Bond’s book about the bear from Darkest Peru, the main theme is that of wanting to belong and finding one’s place in the world as Paddington comes to London to find somewhere to live. 262 more words


In The Heart Of The Sea - Review

Ever since the release of Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World in 2003, the seafaring story has been almost entirely absent from the silver screen. 464 more words