Her (2013)

The primary aspect that attracted me to Her was my own rather time consuming addiction and dedication to technology. I have to admit that I am a slave to a certain fruit named corporation, owning a MacBook Pro, iPad Air, iPod Touch and iPhone 5s combined with numerous other electrical devices that satisfy my need…

The Lego Movie (2014)

I first became aware of The Lego Movie when the trailer to the film was shown last December before my viewing of The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug. My initial reaction was along the lines of “what. the. hell?”, failing to see how anybody could take the concept of a generations old toy brick system…

Dallas Buyers Club (2013)

Dallas Buyers Club marks the pinnacle of Matthew McConaughey’s extraordinary return from the wilderness of slick haired, white smiled romantic comedies to the world of engaging, affecting, mesmerising drama. A string of impressive performances starting with 2012’s MudĀ and including Killer Joe, Magic Mike and The Paperboy have rejuvenated McConaughey and turned one of film’s biggest…

Lone Survivor (2013)

Not for a while has a film been released to such mixed and strongly diversive reviews as Lone Survivor. Based on the true story of the aborted 2005 Operation Red Wings and sourced by the memoir of its sole survivor Marcus Luttrell, Justin Chang of Variety magazine states that the film is “the most gruelling…