A.M.W.T.D.I.T.W; Transformers: Age of Extinction; Nowhere in Moravia (2014)
Recently I’ve picked up my first paid writing gig – I’m now the film critic for the Brno Expat Centre, writing film reviews and movie-related articles for the expat community in my adopted home town. It’s been great so far – apart from new cinema releases, I’ve covered a local film festival and started reviewing Czech films.
Here are links to my reviews for the Brno Expat Centre so far –
20/06 – A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) – Seth McFarlane Fires Blanks in Smutty Western Comedy…
“Have you heard the one about the farting cowboy? If not, go see A Million Ways to Die in the West, and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will tell it to you half a dozen times.” Click here to read the full review (opens in new tab).
01/07 – Transfomers: Age of Extinction (2014) – Michael Bay’s Metal Monster Mash Goes East…
“No-one in modern cinema blows up $165 million like Michael Bay. His fourth installment of the money-spinning franchise Transformers: Age of Extinction is flashy, hollow, juvenile and about an hour too long, but at least all the money’s on the screen.” Full review here.
Lastly, my first attempt at reviewing a Czech movie – this was actually quite nerve-wracking, because I’ve only seen a handful of Czech films before –
28/07 -Nowhere in Moravia (Díra u Hanušovic) – Sex, Beer and Boredom in a Small Village…
“Miroslav Krobot’s morbidly funny Nowhere in Moravia is a downbeat portrayal of small lives, set in a tiny village where life takes forever.” Full review is here.
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