Tom Wiles

I do not know anything about anything. Why are you reading these reviews? Go elsewhere. Or don't. Stay a while. If you want?


The Bob's Burgers Movie is fan service as its finest - and that's perfectly fine

In essence, the movie is a long episode of Bob’s Burgers, centring around the family struggling to pay back a loan on their restaurant after a sinkhole opening destroys their business
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The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is just as baffling as you thought it would be

The film's entire selling point is Nicholas Cage - alongside his mythic status within the public sphere since the 90s. Leading me to inevitably question “If you took Nicholas Cage away from this film, what would be left?”
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Review: Father John Misty @ St George's

To describe Father John Misty. On the surface, a hipster beard with a jaded self-aware white man wrapped around it; topped off with a signature blazer and a forte for American folk and indie music. Below the surface, however, something far more - he also sports a newly shaven head.
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The Cuphead Show! fails in adapting the nuance and nostalgia of the prestigious game

Following the mischievous Cuphead and his brother Mugman as they evade having their souls taken by the Devil, this animated series had some colossal cartoon shoes to fill
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Nightmare Alley tells a grim tale laced with such sin you’ll crave a shower afterwards

An adaptation of the 1946 novel of the same name, Del Toro's latest oozes in neo-noir goodness; if you can label it goodness anyway
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