Life is unpredictable and everyone has their own problems to solve. Lazy Bones is an Australian film directed by Michael Jones. Lazy Bones explores the life of main-character Ben who is an aspiring stand-up comedian and also works as an Uber driver. The thing I liked about this film is the relatability and authenticity of… Continue reading Raviv’s Revelation Review 2017: Lazybones
Dogs are a man’s best friend. And a woman’s best friend. This film follows the journey of director Gillian Leahy, as she faces many adversities throughout her life. The film explores and reflects Leahy's relationships Leahy shares with her present and past, four legged friends. I like how the film explores the intimate relationship between Leahy… Continue reading Raviv’s Revelation Review 2017: Baxter and Me
James Bond is one of the most iconic characters in the world of literature and pop culture. Originally being a series of books written by Ian Fleming, it has turned into a series of films where many actors play the role of Bond. One of those actors is an Australian model called George Lazenby. This… Continue reading Raviv’s Revelation Reviews 2017: Becoming Bond
Greetings! For those who were not aware, yesterday was the closing night of the Revelation Perth International Film Festival. In celebration of the event I be reviewing many of the films I saw at this glorious event. Stay tuned!
Dreamworks is one of the best animation studios in the world. They are responsible for a huge chunk of people's childhood, especially for me. Dreamworks make great, popular franchises and stay true to their name. From Madagascar to Shrek - they all had great ideas, stories and characters. This is also the case for… Continue reading [REVIEW] Kung Fu Panda 3
Hello everybody! My name is Raviv Mezhubovski and I will be bringing you film and TV reviews. The old, the new, and even the ones you request. First up is London Has Fallen, a recent film I watched. London Has Fallen is directed by Babak Najafi and stars Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman.… Continue reading [REVIEW] London Has Fallen