Movie Reviews

Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders Review

Holy cartoon reviews Batman! There’s a new Batman ’66 animated feature called Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders out now on DVD and Blu-ray, and it’s totally […]

Straight Outta Compton – Director’s Cut Review

As I’m sure many of you already know, Straight Outta Compton tells the story of the rise and fall of US rap group N.W.A., showing […]

The Most Romantic Proposals in Movie History

Life isn’t like the movies, and sometimes that can only be a good thing. So far, touch wood, we haven’t seen our world taken over […]

The Goonies - 30th Anniversary Blu-ray

The Goonies – 30th Anniversary Blu-ray Review

It’s not everyday a movie comes out that go on to be considered ‘classic’, but THE GOONIES is one of those films. A perfectly constructed […]

Breaking down the Star Wars : The Force Awakens Trailer 3

Having taken a bit of time to recover from the epic Star Wars Trailer release, lets take a closer look at it shot-by-shot and see […]

Review of Awol-72

Luke Goss is Conrad Miller, a marine who’s gone AWOL with an important piece of government intel. RZA is the LAPD detective on his trail […]

The Messenger

The Messenger Film Review

The Messenger is Jack (Robert Sheehan), a troubled man who sees ghosts, ghosts that come to him with their unfinished business. When the late Mark […]

Julia film review

Julia Film Review

Julia, an entry in the much maligned rape-revenge horror subgenre, sees the eponymous nurse (Ashley C. Williams) seeking out a therapist who promises not only […]

Barely Lethal Review

Barely Lethal, in which a teenage assassin Megan Walsh (Hailee Steinfeld) leaves behind her boss and mentor (Samuel L. Jackson) to join high school, is […]

Helen Hunt's Ride

Helen Hunt’s Ride Film Review

There aren’t enough opportunities for actresses at Helen Hunt’s age. By Hollywood’s standard, she’s old, too old to play anyone apart from mothers, aunts and […]

Vacation

Vacation Film Review

Everything that’s old is new again. The trick in Hollywood now is not the remake or sequel or even reboot. The ‘soft reboot’ allows you […]

The Voices Review

At one point in The Voices, Jerry (Ryan Reynolds) sits down on his sofa with his dog and cat to watch TV. A montage of […]

Slow West

Slow West Review

The heyday of the Western is over, but the genre has never completely gone away. Part of its continued reinvigoration is the adoption of very […]

Accidental Love

Accidental Love

Cinematic history is littered with the “could have been”s. Orson Welles’ original cut of The Magnificent Ambersons. Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. […]

Review: San Andreas

San Andreas
San Andreas is a disaster film in the classic ’70s / ’90s mould, when it was perhaps easier to enjoy cinematic destruction without the […]

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