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Fight Club (1999) – Movie Review

Directed by David Fincher and based on the 1996 film of the same name, Fight Club revolves around an unnamed narrator suffering from amnesia, who is discontented with his life until he meets a soap maker named Tyler Durden, whom he forms a friendship with. Both men start a fight club and the narrator getsContinue reading “Fight Club (1999) – Movie Review”

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American History X (1998) – Movie Review

Considered to be one of the most controversial films ever made at the time of its release, American History X is a film that is ahead of its time, as it tackles issues such as racism, violence and the Neo-Nazi movement that is sadly prevalent today, given the current situation of the world. It providesContinue reading “American History X (1998) – Movie Review”

Scarface (1983) – Movie Review

I haven’t watched this movie in a long time. I remember when my father told me that he used to watch this film when he was younger and I have seen scenes from the film on Youtube and watched the film as well. In hindsight,¬†Scarface¬†may not a masterpiece, but it’s a great character study thatContinue reading “Scarface (1983) – Movie Review”

25th Hour (2002) – Movie Review

Spike Lee is one of these directors who are very well renowned and have a brilliant filmography. I haven’t got the chance to see all of his films, but I was impressed by Do The Right Thing and the way Lee presented the Black Lives Movement, so I checked out 25th Hour and while it’sContinue reading “25th Hour (2002) – Movie Review”

Taxi Driver (1976) – Movie Review

Martin Scorsese is one of my faborite directors of all time and he has made a lot of great films, such as Raging Bull & Goodfellas, but if there is a film that I would consider it his best work,it would be Taxi Driver. This film is so fascinating, as it manages to delve intoContinue reading “Taxi Driver (1976) – Movie Review”