Until the End of the World

What are the possibilities of the human experience? Is it our ability to feel and the varied experiences of pleasure? Is it the joy that comes with being empathetic, our need for kindness, altruism and compassion driving our better impulses? Is it the struggle for self-improvement, an aim that can either be inclusive or involve… Continue reading Until the End of the World

X-Men: Apocalypse

After six entries, you can’t really blame a film franchise for starting to feel like a used car. It elicits comfort and familiarity rather than adventure and excitement. The ride isn’t so smooth anymore but it’ll still get you where you want to go. And it’s hard to let go, even while shiny newer models… Continue reading X-Men: Apocalypse

Money Monster

Jodie Foster, the director of Money Monster, is a very talented actress and director. Money Monster marks her first feature film as a director in 5 years. She has assembled an impressive cast lead by George Clooney and Julia Roberts. Money Monster has also been given the coveted release window of Summer. The question now… Continue reading Money Monster

The Nice Guys

Shane Black’s action/comedy The Nice Guys takes place in 1977, the year I was born, and vividly recreates a world that will appear alien to many. Set in Los Angeles, we see a time when there are no home computers, as newspapers and the evening news are prime sources of information. The color brown is… Continue reading The Nice Guys