Skyscraper

Skyscraper – Review

In this latest Dwayne Johnson vehicle, the muscular superstar plays Will Sawyer, a former Navy SEAL who must rescue his family from a skyscraper on fire, whilst going up against a wave of non-descript,...
Whitney

Whitney – Review

It’s been six years since Whitney Houston was found dead in a hotel bathtub. Just as when she was alive, Houston has had novels, books, newspaper headlines, music and now movies focused on her decline....
Overboard

Overboard – Review

To begin, let’s look back. The original Overboard, of 1987, is a low note in Garry Marshall‘s grand directorial career and provided a vehicle for lovebirds Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. It was a flop on...
McQueen

McQueen – Review

A question that any biographical documentary must face is how do you capture the soul, personality, and genius of your subject matter? McQueen tackles the challenge through a thorough, intelligent, and...
Sherlock Gnomes

Sherlock Gnomes – Review

INT. OFFICE CONFERENCE ROOM – DAY Two executives pace in a large conference room. Following Gnomeo and Juliet’s surprise success, the studio begin to plan for a sequel… EXECUTIVE 1: Gnomeo and...
Skid Row Marathon

Skid Row Marathon – Review

By day Superior Court Judge Craig Mitchell is sentencing some of Los Angeles' biggest criminals but by night he is pounding the notorious streets of Skid Row with recovering alcoholics, drug addicts and former...
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Rampage – Review

A giant gorilla, a super-sized armoured alligator, a flying mega wolf and Dwayne Johnson appear in a film. It’s the beginning of a great joke and therein lies the problem with Rampage. Stuck in attempting to...
Mary Magdalene

Mary Magdalene – Review

It is a greater crime for a film to be boring than bad, for at least the latter elicits an emotion. Their flaws shine out like diamonds in a mine and burn themselves into your mind. A pseudo-reward for your...
Mom And Dad

Mom and Dad – Review

Director Brian Taylor is not a man of subtlety. The mind behind Crank, Crank: High Voltage and Gamer has a penchant for the frenzied. Mom and Dad is no different. From the off, Taylor's film has its...
Margot Robbie I, Tonya

I, Tonya – Review

"I was loved for a minute, then I was hated. Then I was just a punch line," so says Margot Robbie at the end of her tour de force performance in I, Tonya. A tragic finale to the tale of infamous ice-skater...
Coco

Team Talk – Coco

January is terrible isn't it? It's dull, grey and it rains. Endlessly. If only there was a new animated flick, bursting with colours, vibrancy and soulful music... ? Luckily for us, Disney in all their...