Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Review

*No spoilers* Jurassic Park is one of the most iconic movies ever made. I was only 5 when it was released, and the T-Rex scene was so scary that I had to wait in the foyer with my dad whilst… Continue reading →

Solo: A Star Wars Story – Review

*No Spoilers – except for the section at the end, but that will be marked* “I’ve got a really good feeling about this” is the line taken from the trailers of this film, as well as being a revamp of… Continue reading →

Avengers: Infinity War – Review

* No spoilers * “Dread It, Run From It, Destiny Still Arrives” and so it has. 10 years in the making and after many many superhero films, all of which have been building the Marvel Cinematic Universe to this moment;… Continue reading →

Brawl In Cell Block 99 – Review

*Minor Spoilers* A few years ago I fancied watching this western starring Kurt Russell. Being a huge KR fan, I wanted to watch it anyway, but after reading about it, it sounded pretty good. The story of a man, whose… Continue reading →

The Greatest Showman – Review

My partner’s 11 year old daughter went to see The Greatest Showman a number of times at the cinema, over the last few weeks, and every time has come back saying how much she loved it, and how good it… Continue reading →

Mute – Review

*Minor Spoilers* Continuing on the reviews of the weekend film, both of which feature a silent protagonist (and following my review of Guillermo del Toro’s; The Shape of Water), we come to the Netflix exclusive Mute. Now Mute is directed… Continue reading →

The Shape of Water – Review

*Minor Spoilers* Having mute protagonists appeared to be a running theme this weekend as I watched both Netflix exclusive; Mute, as well as Guillermo del Toro’s dark fantasy; The Shape of Water, but this was totally unintentional. Let’s start this… Continue reading →

Black Panther – Review

*Minor Spoilers* In the shadow of the looming Infinity War; a film which has been in the making ever since the end credits of the first Avengers film in 2012 (with some of the groundwork being laid as early as… Continue reading →

A Futile and Stupid Gesture – Review

*No Spoilers* I have a confession to make. I had no idea what “National Lampoon” was. I know the classic films of the 70s and 80s (such as Animal House and Christmas Vacation – which I only just rewatched two… Continue reading →

Coco – Review

*Minor spoilers, but nothing major. The best bits of this film are the twists* Who doesn’t love a Disney Pixar animated film? Honest? Toy Story (1-3), Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo, Cars, WALL-E, Up, just to name a few – brilliant…. Continue reading →

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