The Disaster Artist Review

When I first saw the trailer for The Disaster Artist I became intrigued. Watching James Franco as some over the top actor continue to mess up his lines, embarrassing himself until he final delivered the poorly written dialogue in the most uninspiring way was fascinating. What was this movie? What movie were they making? And... Continue Reading →

Justice League Review

No Spoilers I think it is safe to say I wasn’t a massive fan of the DC cinematic Universe prior to Wonder Woman. Every time I watch Man of Steel it gets a little better, but it still has some massive flaws. Batman V Superman has some positives but the negatives far out weigh them... Continue Reading →

Murder on the Orient Express (2017) Review

Murder on the Orient Express brings to life a classic mystery movie, where the audience will play along in trying to solve the crime. Based on the popular novel by Agatha Christie the story centres around a detective trying to solve a murder, but when everyone is a suspect who can you trust? Kenneth Branagh... Continue Reading →

Ingrid Goes West Review

We live in an age of social media, where people share so many details about their lives, but how much of it is real? It is also an age where we can communicate with anyone at any time, regardless whether they are a friend or complete stranger. Not only can we communicate but we can... Continue Reading →

Thor: Ragnarok Review

This review is Spoiler free For the seventeenth film in their franchise, Marvel looked to mix it up by making a different kind of comedy with the installment of Thor. After defeating Surtur, Thor returns to Asgard to discover that his brother Loki has taken the throne and sent Odin into exile. When the goddess... Continue Reading →

The House Review

When their daughter is accepted into an elite college, Scott and Kate Johansen are dependant on her scholarship to pay the tuition. After the scholarship is cancelled, the Johansen’s team up with their down and out friend Frank and open an underground casino in Frank’s house. As the casino grows, so does the money, which... Continue Reading →

Happy Death Day Review

On the day of her birthday, Tree wakes up in strange guys room and as she navigates through the day, she soon learns it will be her last, as she is stalked and killed. Instead of dying she wakes up again, only to relive the day over and over. Tree begins to go through the... Continue Reading →

The Little Hours Review

Based on the collection of novellas, The Decameron, by Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio, The Little Hours is an outrageous raunchy comedy that follows a young man who takes refuge in a convent in an effort to escape his master. During his stay, the young man realises the sisters at the convent might not behave the... Continue Reading →

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