It's a love letter to Martin Scorsese instead.
The lives of everyone living in this city is influenced, in some way, by the man I am here to see. We may know in some abstract manner that Wayne Enterprises is Gotham's biggest company, but how many of us realise how far its reach extends? We eat in restaurants supplied by Wayne Foods, housed … Continue reading “Gotham is my home, I’m going nowhere.” My interview with Bruce Wayne.
There are many things to like about Ready or Not, and when movies are becoming more cookie-cutter and formulaic than ever, a unique gem like this one deserves to be celebrated. Let's start with the fact that it's a Fox Searchlight production, which is 20th Century Fox studio's wing dedicated to "indie" films, or movies that aren't … Continue reading Ready or Not
This was never supposed to happen. No one thought that we had a chance. Let's back it up. A year ago, I was in Tokyo, Japan with the rest of my family to visit my sister, who works there. Against all odds, Liverpool Football Club had reached the Champions League final. It had been something … Continue reading Six Times
The first thing that any Liverpool fan learns is pain. The pain of not winning the league for 29 long years. The pain of coming so close, in 2009 and 2014, only to miss victory by a hairsbreadth. The pain of being 3-0 up and still somehow convinced that Liverpool would drop points. Because this bloody team … Continue reading The Return of the King
Jordan Peele is a genius. He really is. Get Out is a masterpiece, and Us is too. The problem with geniuses is that critics and observers try so hard to sift through their material to find a deeper meaning. So they comb through Us, frame by frame, when Peele straight up gives you the answer. The key lies in two things. … Continue reading This is what Us is about