Rebecca (2020)

Hello, my name is Amy, and I have a confession to make. Despite the cinephile that I profess to be, I have never seen Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca. It’s a cinematic sin for which I have always been meaning to atone, but for one reason or another, it has still yet to happen. I have, however,…

Military Wives (2019)

I’ll be completely honest; I’m a lover of all types of music, but I have to say that choirs comprised of military wives are not a genre that enjoys a regular rotation in my Spotify playlists. That being said, it’s fair to say that pretty much everyone in the UK is familiar with the real…

Tomb Raider (2018)

Without ever really meaning it to, the Tomb Raider franchise in all of its various forms became a big part of my childhood and growing up. From memories of playing the original Playstation games with friends (mostly screaming at the terrifying wolves and never actually starting the game because training in the mansion was more…

Darkest Hour (2017)

I’ll be honest, at this point, when it comes to cinematic themes, I’ve got major Second World War fatigue. As a Brit, that might be sacrilege to say, but over the last couple of years, a combination of Dunkirk, Their Finest, and even things like The Zookeeper’s Wife and Allied, have given me enough 1940s period aesthetic…

Mini Reviews #13

Chef (2014) Director: Jon Favreau Starring: Jon Favreau, John Leguizamo, Emjay Anthony A great feel good movie that will give you more food cravings than you have ever had in your life. Jon Favreau stars as a chef who embarks on a culinary road trip with his friend and son to get out of a creative…