My Life As A Movie
Join Michelle, Helen and Tracy each week as we review a movie from a 'human' point of view. We delve into what they reveal to us about ourselves, others and the world we live in. We talk about how movies and the power of storytelling can be used as a tool for greater self awareness, growth and even change.
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Helen and Jacob draw arms for a fierce debate over either the years best or worst superhero movie. Guardians of the Galaxy director, James Gunn, helms a stylistic and action-packed feature for DC, featuring another ensemble cast of unique and colourful characters who must learn to set aside their ideologies and differences and work together for the greater good. Helen discusses why she preferred the first film much more than this one, and Jacob reveals why he believed the movie was 'made for him'. We discuss the dangers of limiting the target audience to select groups. We also speculate on why this film performed poorly, despite receiving a generally-high critical reception. We also delve into Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn, and her transformation over the past few films, which demonstrate how self-care will always be important and necessary for you to start taking care of others. All in all, The Suicide Squad is an example of how the perspectives and interests of select groups dramatically alter the reception of a film so independent from the masses.
Helen, Michelle and Tracy unpack the emotionally-loaded Netflix movie 'Pieces of a Woman' starring Academy-award and Golden Globe nominated actress Vanessa Kirby and Shia LeBeouf.
Jacob detail what specifically went wrong in the film's story telling, while Michelle rates the chemistry between Wonder Woman and her love interest.