Runs an independent book store, gets run out of business by a big company. *Buys coffee at Starbucks*. The hypocrisy of humans in the 21st century.
A really impressive piece of filmmaking. Boiling Point is a grounded one take wonder, an elegantly choreographed dance into the belly of the beast that is hospitality. I enjoyed how simple and effective the end product is. At no point did it feel overly flashy or gimmicky, all the hard work was done behind the scenes. What we see feels very raw and true to life.
The film centres on head chef Andy at the climax of a downward spiral in…
Well that was disappointing. I’ll be honest I was rather looking forward to this one after being intrigued by the concept, liking the trailer and artwork, and being a fan of Westworld. I’m not sure if my expectations were too high, or if this really is that bad.
The core sci-fi premise of a machine that enables someone to relive a memory feels like it has a lot of potential. In Reminiscence we follow Nick Bannister (Jackman) who is a…