Doctor Strange, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

Doctor Strange

Of all the comic book movies that have been coming out this past 10 years or so from Marvel, and having been a big reader and collector when I was younger, meant most of them I was pretty familiar with, with exception of Guardians of the Galaxy, as I didn’t even know that was a…

Zootopia, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

Zootopia

When a film crosses 1 billion at the worldwide box-office, it’s almost guaranteed to be a damn good film. Right? Well only 27 films have ever achieved this mark, which let’s face it, is mightily impressive, even if these films can now cost as much as $250 million to make, let alone the marketing budgets.…

Warcraft, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

Warcraft

Warcraft: The Beginning, in itself was an ambitious title right off the bat. It implies people are going to love the film so much that at least one sequel will be on the cards, though it more implies a whole bunch of them will come out eventually. I can understand that thinking, as they would…

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Tim Burton is such an interesting director, and human being for that matter. I don’t just mean that in his talent, but more in the way his career has gone, which some could say is the most unique, and uniquely successful of any director in history. I mean this with regards to being able to…

Deepwater Horizon, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

Deepwater Horizon

The last time the actor Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg crossed paths it was for the damn good 2013 film, Lone Survivor. Based on a true story of American soldiers fighting against the odds, actually turned out to be a gripping and intense piece of cinema. Cut to 2016, and these two have not…

The Magnificent Seven, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

The Magnificent Seven

People often say that today’s films are either a mix of comic book movies, remakes, or sequels, and nothing original gets made. Of course this is an over-generalization, though is semi accurate for the big blockbuster films that Hollywood makes. But let’s be fair, we love to see big spectacle, and only huge action, adventure,…

David Brent, Life On The Road, Film, Movie, Review, The Flawed Guru

David Brent: Life On The Road

I’m a huge fan of the original British series, The Office, and still to this day it has one of the best final episodes of any TV series out there, at the very least in the top 5 in my eyes. Ricky Gervais as well is someone who tends to either do amazing or great…