Are you looking for film reviews in bitesized, seventeen syllable format? Of course you are. Who isn’t?! Luckily, our friends over at Blueprint: Review are here with a round up of the very best Haiku Reviews.
It’s the end of another month full of films both unbelievably good and just plain unbelievable. This can only mean one thing: it’s haiku review time! As we always say, if lovingly crafting detailed reviews seems like too much work, why not use a traditional form of Japanese poetry? Here’s a selection of this month’s haiku reviews from our Twitter community, carefully curated to give you the best overview of films old and new.
Top 10 Haiku Reviews
I LOVE YOU PHILIP MORRIS by Haiku Review (@haikurev)
As the lies increase,
Can you love someone enough
To fix all of it?
FORCE MAJEURE: by Damien Beedham (@blueprintfilm)
How would you react
As an avalanche descends?
THE NICE GUYS: by David Brook (@Dave_or_did)
A clunky story
Is hidden by funny lines
And a top class cast.
THE GAME: by Darren Bolton (@DarrenLeeBolton)
Cheesy, fun thriller.
But not quite as good as it
Was in memory.
ANGRY BIRDS: by Anthony Binns (@ThaHaikuReview)
I paid thirty bucks
and much more for popcorn.
Now I’m the Angry Bird.
MONEY MONSTER: by Joshua Bradley (@airjoshb)
Sleekness belies smarts
When Foster makes a movie
Every detail counts.
CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR: by Karl Dawson (@karl_t_dawson)
Comic film bar raised
Best super-smackdown ever
Who won? Marvel fans.
THE SOUND OF MUSIC: by Alexis Hauk (@fullofshark)
I was not informed
That there would be singing goats
In this musical.
THE HUNTSMAN: WINTER’S WAR: by Joshua Bradley (@airjoshb)
A sequel for that?
I guess so… but about what?
They’re really on board?
ALL THE WAY: by Karl Dawson (@karl_t_dawson)
Civil Rights Trump Moral Wrongs
Lessons worth learning