The Green Knight Review – A divisive take on a classic story

Written and directed by David Lowery (A Ghost Story, Pete’s Dragon), The Green Knight is an adaptation of the 14th century poem, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. The tale goes that on a winter’s day, the mysterious Green Knight enters King Arthur’s hall, approaching the knights of the round table. The knight proposes aContinue reading “The Green Knight Review – A divisive take on a classic story”

Boss Level Review – Better than it has any right to be

With a title like Boss Level, you would be forgiven for not expecting much. There has been a rather sizeable number of “time loop” movies that have come out recently, and the vast majority have been highly watchable (Edge of Tomorrow, Happy Death Day). And yet somehow, Boss Level manages to set itself apart fromContinue reading “Boss Level Review – Better than it has any right to be”

Willy’s Wonderland Review – Entertaining, but fails to find its own identity

A healthy dose of inspiration is important to artforms of all types. The problem comes when your inspirations take over to the point of failing to establish your own piece. This, unfortunately, is the case for Willy’s Wonderland. Starring Nicolas Cage, because of course it is, Willy’s Wonderland is a play on the currently popularContinue reading “Willy’s Wonderland Review – Entertaining, but fails to find its own identity”