WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES – Glorious western motif battles suffocating spectacle

It is hard for me to look back on Matt Reeves’ War for the Planet of the Apes and not feel some simmering disappointment. The hype was contagious, expectations were sky high and I was primed to declare War for the Planet of the Apes the resolution to one of the finest film trilogies. ButContinue reading “WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES – Glorious western motif battles suffocating spectacle”

2014 REVIEW IN FILM

Was the past year a good or a bad year for movies? Every year is a good and a bad year for movies. On the onset of this year, I set out with the aim of watching more Ghanaian stuff and I did start well but I just couldn’t keep up and lord knows IContinue reading “2014 REVIEW IN FILM”

FILM REVIEW; DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES

The first Planet of the Apes movie had an expressive political and maybe racial subtext which was intriguingly enduring. When I say first, I mean the 2011 reboot. I haven’t seen any of the 60’s versions and I have decided to pretend the 2001 mark Wahlberg version never happened. In Dawn of the Planet Apes,Continue reading “FILM REVIEW; DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES”