The Killing Of A Sacred Deer (2017) Review

Colin Farrell faces Rosemary’s Sophie’s Choice in “The Killing Of A Sacred Deer”, the latest movie from cinematic provoc-auteur Yorgos Lanthimos. Blending classic Greek tragedy, existential horror, psychological drama and medical thriller, it’s a challengingly twisted mystery, an Art-“House, M.D.” Dr Steven Murphy (Colin Farrell), a renowned cardiovascular surgeon lives a seemingly perfect life with … Continue reading The Killing Of A Sacred Deer (2017) Review

Allied (2016) Review

Despite its intriguing premise and impressive pedigree, “Allied” resembles nothing as much as a lavish big screen reimagining of “’Allo ‘Allo”. In 1942, a Canadian RAF spy encounters a female French Resistance fighter on a deadly mission Vichy occupied Morocco. Later reunited in London, their relationship blossoms into love but as the war grinds on, … Continue reading Allied (2016) Review

The 3rd Annual Craggus Movie Awards

It’s Oscars Eve here in the UK, and that means it must be time for the Annual Craggus Movie Awards. For this, the awards’ 3rd year, I’ve changed the rules a bit. Instead of being linked to the Oscar nominations with some additions like in previous years, all the nominees and winners are now chosen … Continue reading The 3rd Annual Craggus Movie Awards

Tomorrowland: A World Beyond (2015) Review

After “The Iron Giant” and “The Incredibles”, I’ve got a lot of faith in Brad Bird. “Tomorrowland: A World Beyond” certainly tests that faith at times but ultimately rewards and renews it too. When Casey Newton (Britt Robertson), an idealistic high school student is arrested trying to sabotage the dismantling of the space shuttle launch … Continue reading Tomorrowland: A World Beyond (2015) Review