Cyrano is an excellent film, one that fans of Peter Dinklage will hail as perhaps his best performance yet. Beyond his acting – which may just see him hoist the Oscar in 2022 – lies an amazingly-done musical romantic drama. Cyrano will tug at your heartstrings, and make you fully invest yourselves in the lives, and loves, of this wonderful cast of characters.
Beyond the outstanding technical triumphs of Edicius lies a well-crafted and well-executed story. If your only criticism of a short film is that you want more – as was my case – then you can rest assured that you’ve seen something truly special. If you come across the opportunity to see Edicius, do so immediately.
Marvel’s Eternals is a film with many issues, partially redeemed by its final act. It’s riddled with flashbacks and infodumps that make it hard to get into, and also attempts to introduce a large, entirely new cast of characters that are hard to care about until the very end. I wouldn’t recommend it to people who aren’t big Marvel fans – but if you are, you should watch it at least once, because it sets a great deal up for the future of the Marvel universe, and it’s not quite as mediocre as the first half makes it seem. Make sure to stay until the very end, as there’s two post-credits scenes.
Dune can be somewhat confusing to follow, but is entirely worth seeing owing to it being an enthralling cinematic experience. There are quite a lot of things setup in this film, but if the inevitable second film is as well-made as this is, then the Dune film series has the potential to be an instant classic. If you have the opportunity, see it in cinemas in order to do it full justice.
Venom: Let there be Carnage is an adequate superhero film that’s improved upon the strength of its predecessor, but hasn’t yet resolved its weaknesses. It’s a worthwhile watch if you’re a particular fan of Tom Hardy’s, or you’d like to see the ups and downs of a surreal, quasi-romantic relationship between a man and the alien sharing his body. Make sure to stay for the post-credits scene.
Volare or All My Crazy Love is an Italian movie directed by Gabriele Salvatores who is known for his Oscar foreign-language film Mediterraneo in 1991. Recently, Gabriele Salvatores has helmed the teen superhero franchise The Invisible Boy. His latest film Volare is based on the translated bestseller by Fulvio Ervas, which was inspired by a true story, where the story is about a boozing lounge singer, Willi played by the famous Claudio Santamaria, who accidentally intersects with his teen son, whom he has never met.