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A documentary detailing the come up, early career struggles, commitment and drive for success of seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher. Certainly in my eyes one of the GOATs of the sport along with Ayrton Senna and Lewis Hamilton just purely based on a skill and talent level. Whilst Hamilton is more of a cool-head under pressure than the other two, what ultimately sets Senna and Schumacher apart is their intensity as personalities on the racing track and their…
Dubbed as a "spiritual successor" to Bernard Rose's 1992 original by the filmmakers, Nia DaCosta's Candyman (2021) is more part a remake, part a sequel to the 1992 cult classic. The plot is a little bit all over the place, not difficult to follow per se, just not a good narrative structure to hit all the right points at the right time, and a few unnecessary scenes as well like the 5 white girls in the bathroom scene. Furthermore, it…
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Film E of My A-Z Movie Challenge
Slow burn at its best!!!
Even though I'm only at E, I was beginning to get worried that my movie challenge might not provide much fun and a challenge like I thought it would, especially more so given the fact that A was Apocalypse Now and B was Blade Runner, and I didn't particularly like those classics that much, or as it turns out, imagined them in a way that was different…