The Wall Review

Set in 2007, as the initial conflict in Iraq was coming to an end, a two-man sniper team is sent into the desert to investigate who shot a construction team working on an oil pipeline. When one of the snipers is shot, and the other becomes pinned down behind a semi-destroyed wall it looks like... Continue Reading →

Wind River Review

  When working on the Wind River Indian Reservation, hunter Cory Lambert (Renner) discovers the body of a young Native American girl. A young and ambitious FBI Agent, Jane Banner (Olsen) is called in to help tribal police investigate the crime. Jane, Cory and Police Chief Ben (Greene) must work together to find out what... Continue Reading →

The Big Sick Review

Based on the real life story of how Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon fell in love, comes The Big Sick. Kumail is a Pakistani born stand up comedian, who after his performance decides to talk to a woman who made a noise during his set. One thing led to another and they end up... Continue Reading →

Atomic Blonde Review

  Based on the 2012 Graphic novel The Coldest City and directed by David Leitch, Atomic Blonde is the new spy thriller staring Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, John Goodman, Sofia Boutella, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan, Roland Møller and Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson. The movie is set during the final days of the Cold War, with the film starting with Lorraine... Continue Reading →

Dunkirk Review

From the horrors of World War II and the mind of director Christopher Nolan comes the new war film, Dunkirk. In 1941 Allied forces had been driven out of France by German troops to the coastal town of Dunkirk. This meant that 400,000 British soldiers were trapped on the beach with no way to get... Continue Reading →

Ghost in the Shell (2017) Review

When I heard there would be a live action Ghost In The Shell movie I decided to not watch the original 1995 movie. I know people hold that movie in such high regard and I did not want to be the person who spends their review comparing and contrasting the movies. That being said I... Continue Reading →

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) Review

Contains Spoilers After the success of 2012s The Amazing Spider-Man it is no surprise that Sony wanted to green light a sequel. What was a surprise was that they made so many of the same mistakes that were made in Spider-Man 3 that ruined that franchise. Still haunted by the ghost of Captain Stacy, Peter... Continue Reading →

Casting the Genie for the Aladdin Remake

I wrote this article a few months ago when the idea of Will Smith voicing the Genie was first talked about. Now it is confirmed he is the Genie in Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin. Remember change is not a bad thing.

MILLENNIAL MOVIES

On the 11th of August 2014 the world lost one of the most talented comedians and actors of the recent time, with the tragic passing of Robin Williams. As someone who grew up in the 90s, Williams was someone who you would watch regularly in great family films that were loved by many from Mrs Doubtfire, Jumanji, Hook (for some reason its popular to hate this movie now but I still love it) and Aladdin. As I got a little older I saw a different actor in Williams from the goofy family comedian to a man with incredible range from comedy to drama and even thrillers, Robin Williams really was talented. It is hard to think of any actor who could match what Williams offered on screen.

Robin Williams2 Image via IMDb

We are now in a day and age where movie studios are looking to reboot or remake popular films…

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