Tag Archives: Ben Mendelsohn

Robin Hood (2018) Review

MISSES THE TARGET   The man, the myth, the legend of Robin Hood. Derived from English folklore (most notably in the Late Middle Ages), Robin Hood is a heroic outlaw from literature, who (as the story goes) was from noble birth and fought during the Crusades before returning to England to find his lands taken by the sheriff, which made

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Ready Player One (2018) Review

ABSOLUTE PURE MOVIE ESCAPISM AT ITS BEST   Throughout the years, Hollywood has seen many famed directors rise to become legendary within the filmmaking industry; ascending on their own meticulous directorial merits when approaching a motion picture. Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Clint Eastwood, Cecil B. DeMille, and Francis Ford Coppola are just some of the names of the great ones

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Darkest Hour (2017) Review

WE SHALL NEVER SURRENDER. ANOTHER SIDE, ANOTHER STORY.   Director Joe Wright has always gravitated towards doing historical period pieces for his film projects. Whether guide towards historical events or just the thrill of doing a costumed drama, Wright has brought several notable films to life. Perhaps his most famous one was his directorial debut, with 2005’s Pride & Prejudice,

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Review

AT THE DAWN OF A NEW HOPE   For generations, millions of moviegoers and fans alike have rejoiced and celebrated the Star Wars franchise, one of the biggest and most recognizable names in all of science fiction (rival only to Star Trek). From the original film saga (Episodes IV, V, VI) to its prequel film saga (Episodes I, II, III),

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