‘Guava Island’ Review Haiku: It’s (Not) Always Sunny in Paradise

The film is as vibrant and alive as one would imagine a paradise would be, and it bursts free in ways its characters have only previously dreamt of doing.

‘Brightburn’ Review Haiku: Concept Over Execution

If this expands into its own twisted universe, I will keep on tuning in because the concept is too intriguing, but I was certainly hoping for a bit more here.

‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’ Review Haiku: It Wasn’t Just A Puppy…

When you go see a John Wick movie, you know exactly what you’re signing up for, and the team involved is more than willing to beat you over the head with what you came to see.

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Review Haiku: End Of An Era

This was everything I wanted it to be, and, thanks to trailers that showed practically nothing, it managed to pack in a lot of surprises to boot. To use an old phrase, I laughed, I cried, I cheered, I applauded. It was a great time at the movies.

‘High Life’ Review Haiku: The Edge of Oblivion

Any way you look at this film, it is bold. The choices are striking and it will not be for everyone, but it will reward those with the patience and interest in a deep thinker that welcomes every chance to make them uncomfortable.

‘The Public’ Review Haiku: I Can See Clearly Now

Estevez, Jeffrey Wright, Alec Baldwin, Jena Malone, Christian Slater, Michael K Williams and Taylor Schilling all do very good work, and the script gives them all characters with a lot behind them.

‘The Hummingbird Project Review Haiku: Speed Kills

The Hummingbird Project can be a raw and real look at the cost of determination. It moves along at a solid pace and ends on a beautifully framed and melancholy shot that is bound to make you think.