Category Archive: Film Reviews

Decades Blogathon – Casino (1995)

Originally posted on three rows back:
As hard as it may be to believe we are entering the home stretch of the Decades Blogathon, hosted by myself and the indubitable Tom from Digital…

Flash Review – Mad Max: Fury Road

More like Mad Max: Feminist Road, amirite?

Scattered Frames: The Contenders – Part III

    Hi everybody! Oscar week is here and I’m still trying to catch up with all the nominees in the major categories. Seeing as I still haven’t watched Selma, American Sniper and… Continue reading

Scattered Frames: The Contenders – Part II

Hi! It’s me again, this time with the second serving of short and sweet reviews about some of this year’s main award contenders. Enjoy!   Begin Again: A pleasant film that’s so restrained… Continue reading

Jupiter Ascending (2015)

Directed by: Andy & Lana Wachowski Written by: Andy & Lana Wachowski Starring: Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum, Eddie Redmayne, Sean Bean, Douglas Booth   I was going to make a joke along the… Continue reading

Scattered Frames: The Contenders – Part I

Hello everyone! I’ve upped my cinematic intake considerably in the last few weeks in preparation for Hollywood’s biggest night, but I’m still trying to find the time to write about them and get… Continue reading

Scattered Frames: Want some curry, chato?

Hello everybody! Welcome to another edition of Scattered Frames :) Today I share my thoughts on two films a bit on the lighter side: one made me feel so good and the other,… Continue reading

Scattered Frames: The Maize Runner

I’m back, you guys! In case you hadn’t noticed, I hadn’t produced any new content in a long while. Lately I have not been as committed to celluloid as I’ve been to my… Continue reading

Woody Allen: A Documentary [2012]

It wasn’t intentional, and I swear I’m not copying Alexander either, but this week has been pretty Allen-centric here at Committed to Celluloid! First, it was my turn to run in the 10… Continue reading

Flash Review: A Million Ways To Die In The West [2014]

I braced for the worst… and it never came. I had all but given up hope after the ghastly preview for Seth MacFarlane’s latest surfaced, but surprisingly, no, the best bits weren’t in the… Continue reading