Wes Anderson’s movies can be polarizing. There’s no doubt that for every fawning critic who raved over Grand Budapest Hotel, there’s a hater still ripping on… 916 more words
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Isao Takahata’s The Tale of Princess Kaguya is a beautiful labour of love, and in my opinion will become an instant classic of diehard fans. This time, the animation is unlike that of the style of Ghibli-esque blockbusters we have become accustom too, with it’s beautiful and delicate use of sketching and watercolours… no surprise that it received an Oscar nomination for best animated film this year. 621 more words
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I have a soft spot for the 1988 cult sci-fi movie, which in my view was way ahead of its time addressing issues of discrimination and social ideologies, through a buddy-cop premise played against the backdrop of an earth which is now inhabited by an alien race known as the Newcomers. 147 more words