Tag Archives: Brie Larson

February 03

The Gambler – The turn of the unfriendliest of cards. (Film Review)

One triumph does not a great director make, as we see in the 2015 remake of the semi-remake The Gambler, a film that should have given director Rupert Wyatt a chance to work more of the magic he performed with Rise of the Planet of the Apes, but instead winds up being a soup of […]

January 09

Short Term 12 – Destin Cretton and the harrowing world of the loveless child. (Film Review)

Short Term 12 is a film that teeters precariously on the verge of a “cool-Indie-sundance-esque-cliche” and one of the best films (to date) revealing the private hell that children and teens, developed enough to feel adult pain, but not to make sense of themselves and the world around them experience in the harrowing early days, […]