EVERYTHING EVERYTHING

Everything, Everything – Review

There’s something rather pleasant about this teen romance’s straightforward approach. With no eclectic pop soundtrack or "kooky" characters, Everything, Everything is a simple if saccharine take on its...
The Hitman's Bodyguard

The Hitman’s Bodyguard – Review

Anton Chekhov is reputed to have said "Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass." The Russian playwright was clearly far from the minds of the team behind The Hitman's...
47 Meters Down

47 Meters Down – Review

Everybody knows Jaws. The elevator pitch of a small town being terrorised by a great white shark is a great one. What transformed the film into the legendary tentpole of cinematic history it has become is not...
Spider Man Homecoming (1)

Team Talk – Spider-Man: Homecoming

In the past 15 years, we've had three Spider-Man franchises, and three web-slinging crusaders. With Spider-Man: Homecoming out this week, we get our youngest of them all in Tom Holland, with able support from...
Snatched

Snatched – Review

Everyone involved in Snatched could (and should) have done better. They could have pushed themselves further, tried that little bit harder, and carved out a more original, and funnier, story. Sadly, they...
Miss Sloane

Miss Sloane – Review

Jessica Chastain is a good actress. That sentence is not a shock to anybody. Miss Sloane, both engaging and middling, is a wonderful reminder of her excellent talent. From the first frame, Chastain grabs the...
A Dog's Purpose

A Dog’s Purpose – Review

Based on the bestselling novel, A Dog's Purpose is a ruff movie. In one of the most emotionally manipulative films of 2017, this adaptation is a tone-deaf number from beginning to end. It forgoes sincerity,...