Mini Film Reviews Volume 46

Top Gun

As students at the United States Navy’s elite fighter weapons school compete to be best in the class, one daring young pilot learns a few things from a civilian instructor that are not taught in the classroom. I have hear a lot of good things about this film so I thought I checked it out, but unfortunately this feel rather miscast and the pacing is wrong, it might be critical acclaim but for me personally it doesn’t really work.

Dear Evan Hansen

A high school senior with Social Anxiety disorder and his journey of self – discovering and acceptance following the suicide of a fellow classmate. Firstly this film have got potential and the acting is absolutely amazing, I really wanted to like this a bit more but unfortunately it lacking the emotional aspect and you don’t feel anything, none of the songs not memorable enough and it didn’t leave you a lasting impression on you and none of the characters are likeable.

Joe Bell

The true story of a small-town, working-class father who embarks on a walk across the U.S. to crusade against bullying after his son is tormented in high school for being gay. This actually a well – made film and the acting is great especially Mark Wahlberg, it has got a fantastic story and it certainly have got nice moment and it can be moving, it can be rather uneven in places but it still a good film.


In New York City in 1932, women are not allowed to be firefighters. When the city’s firemen disappear in mysterious fires, Georgia Nolan sees a golden opportunity. She disguises herself as Joe and joins a team of improvised firemen. The good thing about this film it is a feminism type of film, that is really important and the vocal talent is really good with an easy-to-follow story, it is suitable for a family viewing, the only thing is, it can be rather uneven in places.

The Company You Keep

After a former member of the radical protest/terrorist organisation the Weather Underground turns herself into the FBI, a young journalist becomes determined to find the other members. Well this is nearly a masterpiece, it is tense, unpredictable, gripping and superbly crafted film which will gripped you from start to finish, it can be slightly inconsistent but this is poignancy and moving.

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