The Way, Way Back- The Review

The Way, Way Back opens with 14 year old Duncan sitting in the back of the family car as it is riding towards a summer vacation which only promises awkwardness and misery. His back is turned to his family; he is an outsider to them, he is so far deep into his shell that he has … Continue reading The Way, Way Back- The Review


Elysium- The Review

I have very high hopes for films that tackle the genre of science fiction, and subsequently I am often dissatisfied with the blockbuster nonsense that so often is churned out by Hollywood. The year 2013 has been very slow in terms of producing brilliant science fiction, with the best example being the enjoyable Star Trek: Into … Continue reading Elysium- The Review