Tag Archives: Denis Villeneuve

Cinema Review – Blade Runner 2049

30 years after the events of Ridley Scott’s film, Officer K (Ryan Gosling), a Blade Runner with the LAPD discovers a secret kept hidden for decades, a secret that could have grave consequences for humanity. Moving away from the secluded and quiet life that he lives with Joi (Ana de Armas), K finds himself searching for the truth, a search that will lead him to uncover the whereabouts of Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), an expert blade runner who disappeared many years ago. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Arrival

When 12 alien craft arrive on Earth at different pints across the globe, the first thing everyone wants to know is why they are here. Language specialist Louise Banks (Amy Adams) is drafted into the arrival site in Montana to try and translate the alien language. All is not so simple however, and Louise and scientist Ian Donnelly (Jeremy Renner) have to first learn the alien language before they can begin to ask questions. Continue reading

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Cannes Review – Sicario

After a gruesome find at a house raid in Arizona, FBI Agent Kate Macy (Emily Blunt) is asked to volunteer for a task force aimed at taking a Mexican cartel boss down. Initially excited to be finally on the front lines, Macy soon learns that there is more going on in this task force than she has been led to believe. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Enemy

Adam (Jake Gyllenhaal) has an ordered and normal life; a job he likes, a girlfriend he loves and a place to call his own. When watching a movie, however, he realises that one of the actors is his exact double, and goes about seeking him out. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Prisoners

When Keller Dover’s (Hugh Jackman) daughter and her friend go missing, he takes matters into his own hands, even as Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) chases down every lead to find the girls before it’s too late. Continue reading

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