Favourite Movies of 2017

Making this list wasn’t easy. I could have easily made this list my favourite 15 to 20 movies for 2017. It was actually a surprisingly good year for movies, there were some massive successes, some even bigger surprises and some entertaining trips to the theatre. It hurts me to leave some of these movies off... Continue Reading →

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

Making a sequel is always a difficult task, making a sequel to a beloved Robin Williams movie would seem like an impossible task. Against all odds Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a worthwhile, entertaining sequel that carries on the themes and stories set in the 1995s Jumanji. Building on modern societies love of video... Continue Reading →

Call Me By Your Name Review

Set in the summer of 1983 in Northern Italy, Elio is living in his family’s Villa, spending his time reading books, listening and playing music, and enjoying time with his friends. Every summer his Father invites a promising grad student to assist him with his work, this summer it is the charismatic American, Oliver. Unimpressed... Continue Reading →

The Florida Project Review

In an age when reality is more scripted than a Hollywood Blockbuster it is hard to have a true insight into some peoples dark reality. That is what Sean Baker does expertly with his film The Florida Project. Basing many of the scenarios off experiences he learnt during his research for the film, Baker’s work... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

No Spoilers The Force has awoken and brought to life a new and unpredictable Star Wars movie, challenging much of what fans were expecting in the sequel to The Force Awakens. Director Rian Johnson brought to life a beautiful looking film that focuses on the passing of the baton from the old generation of heroes... Continue Reading →

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 →

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