Movie Review: The Shack

The Shack is a touching movie, but it comes nowhere near to the book of the same title, which the movie is based on. Some concepts are best left to books, especially when the subject matter is one as deep and sentimental as our relationship to God, which is what The Shack is all about. […]


James Knight Bafta Reviews: Moana

Despite its fairytale image, Disney animated movies tend more toward cultural diversity and female empowerment more so than other Hollywood studios. The latest such Disney film, Moana, takes these concepts to new levels while still blending in its traditional methods such as Disney’s strong use of music and positive storytelling involving heroic deeds. Moana deftly […]


James Knight Bafta Reviews: Moonlight

Moonlight is a mind blowing film about man who battles with finding his sexuality amidst the efficient and coldblooded sexual mistreatment that has its underlying foundations drawn from all parts of American culture. Set principally in Miami, Florida and told in three unmistakably unique parts, Moonlight narratives the life of Chiron, at initial a young […]