Critics and audiences cannot stop talking about noir-thriller and Oscar-hungry art-piece Nocturnal Animals. Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal star in this twisty-turny thriller guaranteed to create conversations lasting long after the credits have rolled. The movie’s performances from Adams, Gyllenhaal, Michael Shannon, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson (of all people…) are second to none. However, credit goes […]Read more "5 Interesting and Slightly Quirky Filmmakers"
My love of cinema extends to the good, the bad and the ugly. Always, I want to walk into a movie and walk out more excited than before. I want to be continually blown away by the majesty and wonder of cinema. However, 2016 gave me only a handful of those moments. Over and over […]Read more "Reshoot & Rewind’s Bottom 10 of 2016"
2016 was a year shrouded in darkness. We faced Donald Trump’s presidential run and eventual win, Brexit’s rise to prominence, natural disasters and a slew of major celebrity deaths. In addition, cinema from across the globe had a year we would like to forget. The majority of the comedies, blockbusters and most-anticipated entries were met […]Read more "Reshoot & Rewind’s Top 10 Movies for 2016"
Reshoot & Rewind looks into the career of British Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne.Read more "Why I’m not on-board the Redmayne Train"
Reshoot & Rewind’s review of sci-fi-drama Arrival, starring Amy Adams and directed by Denis Villeneuve.Read more "Arrival Review: Inner space"
Reshoot & Rewind’s review of period-piece/romantic-drama The Light Between Oceans, starring Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander.Read more "The Light Between Oceans Review: By the sea"
Reshoot & Rewind’s review of war-drama/docudrama Hacksaw Ridge, starring Andrew Garfield and directed by Mel Gibson.Read more "Hacksaw Ridge Review: In good faith"