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Film review: Blade Runner 2049
Deeply atmospheric and very dark, Blade Runner 2049 is one of my favourite films of 2017 so far...
Film review - Kingsman: The Golden Circle
Suits, guns and cowboys, Kingsman: The Golden Circle delivers a massive action spectacle with just the right amount of humour...
Film review - Alien: Covenant & how Ridley Scott is still worth his weight in gold
Ridley Scott has not let us down. He and writers John Logan and Dante Harper have gracefully provided the missing pieces of the puzzle.
Film Review: The Fate of the Furious
I for one hope to see this series run until the wheels fall off.
Film review - Smurfs: The Lost Village
There are otherworldly creatures, the fight between good & evil, the bond of friendship and finding out true identities - all make for a great story.
Film review: Ghost in the Shell - a cyberpunk look into AI and mind hacking
When you go messing around with advanced technology, what happens if your mind gets hacked? What if that hacker is a wanted cyberterrorist?
Film review: Boss Baby - what happens when you turn a baby into a corporate boss?
“He carries a briefcase! Does no one else think that’s - oh, I don't know - a little freaky?”
Film Review: T2 Trainspotting - the cast is back for a fitting sequel
There is depression, heroin, violence, regret, sex, lies and betrayal. But you know what? T2 is actually hell of a lot more upbeat than the first one.
Film review: Logan
The sound in itself is visceral; this film is well worth seeing on the big screen for the aural experience alone.
Film review: The Great Wall - it's man versus beast in this visual spectacle
The Great Wall of China may have been built to keep people out; but the biggest question in this film is: What if the invaders aren’t people?
Film review: Our alternative take on Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
For those interested in the overarching story as to how the T-Virus started, the clones and what went so horribly wrong, you will get answers.
Christmas Giveaway Time! Win tickets to Office Christmas Party
The star-studded, debauchery-filled hot pick of the summer has hit theatres, and we’ve got your tickets.
Film review: Office Christmas Party
If ‘Project X’, ‘Horrible Bosses’ and ‘The Hangover’ had a baby, this would be it.
Coming soon: Office Christmas Party
Go hard or go home - Office Christmas Party is sure to get you in the festive spirit.
Film Review: Bad Santa 2 - lewd & crude heist antics bring mayhem to Chicago
Boozed, lewd and crude: Billy Bob Thornton and team are back for the second instalment in the Bad Santa franchise.
Film review: The Sunset Song – a story of a woman’s sheer grit
The simple fact that my girlfriend and I were talking about the film and comparing notes the whole way home says a lot about its integrity.
Film review: Trolls - a fun combination of candyfloss hair, colours and chatter
Candyfloss, colours and chatter were everywhere you looked – and that was just in the foyer. And just quietly, I did indeed find my happy place.
Film review: Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
While the word ‘children’ is in the title, this isn’t a film for young ones. Ransom Riggs’ novels are aimed at young adults, so keep that in mind.
Film review: Star Trek Beyond - a formulaic but fun blockbuster
Star Trek Beyond is one of those films that might not go down in history as the highlight of the franchise, but boy, is it one hell of a ride.
Independence Day Resurgence: The critics aren't happy
Why are the aliens here already? Who are you? I just met you. I don't care if you die.
Film Review: X-Men Apocalypse
One of the taglines for X-Men: Apocalypse is "prepare for the Apocalypse". In this case, knowledge is probably the greatest superpower you can have.
Does it fly? Eddie the Eagle film review
“Eddie the Eagle” is not the only thing soaring in this inspirational sporting film, as movie goers are treated to an emotional rollercoaster.
Terrorists, tears, and the bravest air hostess you ever did see: Neerja film review
"Neerja gets ready for her day while the terrorists ready for their attack - she lays out her uniform, the terrorists lay out bullets and bombs."
Kung Fu Panda 3 review: Karate chop or epic flop?
Often by the time an animated movie is on to its second sequel the film is quietly relegated to a ‘straight to DVD' release.