Review: Batman Ninja (2018) – The Dark Knight Meets The Power Rangers

It’s hard to think of another superhero that could potentially exist in multiple eras as brilliantly as Batman could. While it’s true there have been several examples of superheros existing … Continue reading Review: Batman Ninja (2018) – The Dark Knight Meets The Power Rangers

Review: Rampage (2018) – An Old School Star-Driven Action Movie

Passion projects are something that a star can spend years working towards. Hell, some actors will degrade themselves in absolute shit to make sure a future project they love can … Continue reading Review: Rampage (2018) – An Old School Star-Driven Action Movie

Review: A or B (2018) – A Confusing Chinese Conspiracy

With China being an increasingly important part of the box office for big budget western movies, it’s easy to think that this exchange of culture is only one way. But … Continue reading Review: A or B (2018) – A Confusing Chinese Conspiracy

Review: Deadpool 2 (2018) – A Little Unstructured But Still Uproarious

Often in cinema, when a superhero from the comic book realm becomes hugely popular, there will be a certain number of people that will say it was mostly down to … Continue reading Review: Deadpool 2 (2018) – A Little Unstructured But Still Uproarious

Review: I Feel Pretty (2018) – Literally One Of The Most Depressing Comedies I’ve Ever Seen

Though Amy Schumer’s last film, Snatched, wasn’t quite up to par, I Feel Pretty is a return to the Trainwreck mold. In essence, a down-on-her-luck woman trying to make a … Continue reading Review: I Feel Pretty (2018) – Literally One Of The Most Depressing Comedies I’ve Ever Seen

Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) – The Most Expensive “Tick-Box” Movie Ever Made

Spoilers for Season 3 of Doctor Who and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Now that we’re four movies into the Disney-led Star Wars franchise, it’s clear that the behind-the-scenes … Continue reading Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) – The Most Expensive “Tick-Box” Movie Ever Made

Review: The Surprise (2015) – The Funniest Film About Euthanasia You’ll Ever See

Despite the rallying cry of many a conservative, it’s impossible to deny that society as a whole has become vastly more liberal over the past 100 years or so. This, … Continue reading Review: The Surprise (2015) – The Funniest Film About Euthanasia You’ll Ever See

Review: The Layover (2017) – A Mostly God-Awful, But Occasionally Giggly Girlfight

Back in 2003 my friends and I took a trip to see Charles Angels: Full Throttle. This was in spite of the terrible reviews and ignoring the fact that the … Continue reading Review: The Layover (2017) – A Mostly God-Awful, But Occasionally Giggly Girlfight

Review: Brawl In Cell Block 99 (2017) – Violence, Viciousness and Vaughn

Vince Vaughn is an actor that constantly surprises me. Mainly because I’ve spent so long seeing him in comedies that I often assume that’s all he can do. But when … Continue reading Review: Brawl In Cell Block 99 (2017) – Violence, Viciousness and Vaughn

Review: Journeyman (2018) – A Beautiful Insight Into British Boxing

Urgh. Another boxing movie? About a man struggling to deal with life when his career is cut short after a serious injury? It’s like a well-followed bus timetable at this … Continue reading Review: Journeyman (2018) – A Beautiful Insight Into British Boxing

Review: Isle of Dogs (2018) – A Delightful Dogfest That Sometimes Drags

Having only seen Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel, I can hardly say I’m overly familiar with the works of Wes Anderson. But even with such limited knowledge of … Continue reading Review: Isle of Dogs (2018) – A Delightful Dogfest That Sometimes Drags

Review: A Quiet Place (2018) – Silence Makes For Cinematic Gold

The nature of being an aspiring screenwriter is that you have to read a lot of scripts. A LOT of scripts. Most of them tend to be older movies (or … Continue reading Review: A Quiet Place (2018) – Silence Makes For Cinematic Gold