4.5

Review : Dunkirk

If you are expecting a big extravagant war film, this isn't it. If you're after character driven stories of why war is important in their life, this isn't it. If you're after a grand love story about the man wh... Read More...
3.5

Review : Sully

Tom Hanks once again takes to the air only to come crashing down again. Someone might consider keeping him grounded for a while. Far are his days as a FedEx Executive Chuck Noland crashing into the ocean in Cas... Read More...
4.0

Review – Passengers

  Passengers is by no means a cinematic feat. It doesn’t have the strongest story line nor does it a great deal if any science behind much of it. But what it does have is a mesmerising cast with Jennife... Read More...
4.5

Review – Sing

Illumination have made a massive mark on animation with mega hits like Despicable Me and The Secret Life Of Pets, so the latest non sequel Sing has a lot to live up to (particularly after the huge financial suc... Read More...
4.8

Review: Deadpool

Superhero movies have successfully cemented themselves as a cinema staple over the last few years, and now with three major studios pumping 2 each out per year, are we ever going to reach saturation stage? This... Read More...

Review – Batman : Bad Blood

No it’s not the eventuation of a Taylor Swift parody song, although how cool would that be? It’s the latest in the DC Animated films shared universe, a direct sequel to 2015’s Batman Vs Robin, Bad Blood follows... Read More...
2.5

Review : Dirty Grandpa

Viagra Cinema refers to films where we see ageing male actors in roles usually reserved for younger stars (e.g. The Expendables series), and/or where the older male lead is matched up with a far younger actress... Read More...
5.0

Review – The Hateful Eight

Quentin Tarantino has a history of delivering not only box office hits, but also poignant and quality feature films that are confronting and quite often leave audiences squirming in their seats, The Hateful... Read More...
4.3

Review : Goosebumps (2016)

R.L. Stine’s beloved book series is on the big screen thanks to Scholastic and Sony Pictures Animation (the folks behind the live action Smurf movies). It’s committed to being a ball of fun and isn’t fussed abo... Read More...
4.3

Review – The 5th Wave

In the recent wave of YA dystopian films, it was only a matter of time before Sony got their piece, this time coming in the form of Rick Yancey's novel The 5th Wave. Instead of children battling it out to the d... Read More...