A BUG’S LIFE THIS AIN’T
Ayy, Milo here, from Stuff And That! Special thanks to Jason for letting run rampant on his lovely site over here once again and, if you enjoyed what I’m producin’, be sure to check my site for more o’ that.
But on with the review…
In the cavern of pretentiousness and self-congratulation that is Oscar season, there are always a few gems to be found and, with Lady Bird being nommed for Best Picture among others, this one wasn’t too tricky to excavate — but it sure is a diamond. Read more
Before we start this badboy, I’d like to thank chaboi Jason (a round of applause please) for letting post this crap on his site. If you do like what ya see, feel free to check us out (links below).
LIFE IS LIKE COLD WAR-ERA ESPIONAGE…
Released among the 2015 bunch of Oscar bait, Bridge Of Spies is the fact-based story of an insurance lawyer who, during the Cold War, is recruited to defend, and then negotiate the trading off of, a suspected Soviet spy. Directed by none other than chaboi Spielberg, it was heralded as a highlight of the year, being nominated for awards across the board, with Mark Rylance winning an Oscar for his portrayal of said Soviet spy. Read more
Me, Myself & I-Scream.
Split is the latest from infamous director M. Night Shyamalan, who was really good in the late 90s/early 00s, then flopped gloriously on his face throughout the 2000s, with a string of awful movies including The Happening, The Last Airbender and, oh God, After Earth. It follows the disturbing life of Kevin, who has 23 different personalities, as he kidnaps three “impure” girls to be sacrificed to his 24th, or The Beast. As well as a fair bit of hype (the cinema was packed with dickheads who didn’t know what they got themselves into), the film also amounted quite a bit of controversy due to its themes of mental health. I, personally, have been riding the aforementioned hype train for this flick ever since I saw the first trailer, which peaked my interest (my initial reaction here) thanks to its ominous and interesting premise, so I was excited to see if this film had just as much personality as its main character(s). Read more
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Have a Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods review. Enjoy! Read more
Beginning, Returning, Rising, Striking Again…
Milo here, back again and branchin’ out!
‘Tis an honour to write the first graphic novel review for Jason’s Movie Blog, but let’s not get sentimental about it *sniff sniff*.
As per, links will be below if you like what you see.
The 80s were a good time to be comics fan… and a movies fan… and a music fan. They just seemed to be pretty good in general, actually, not that I’d know. However, let’s stick to comics right now, this is a graphic novel review after all. Read more
There Ain’t No Sunshine In His Bag.
Milo her– wait, what is this place?
Oh yeah, this be a little joint venture between the sterling Jason’s Movie Blog and Stuff And That. I’ll put a little link at the end if y’like what you see (you probably won’t).
Milo here, feeling lucky.
Clint Eastwood is, as my father would put it, “a bad man”. There is little argument in this, as he is indeed, “a bad man”. His multiple roles in man-films, like the Dollars trilogy, have cemented his status as this. However, 1971’s Dirty Harry really showed him off, without the poncho, as the baaaaaad mamma-jamma Clint can be. Read more