The Purge: Election Year – Review

Violence Level: 10. Profanity Level: 10. Stress Level: 100 – it appears that just about everything has been cranked up a notch for the third instalment of the Purge trilogy. And that’s not necessarily a...

Pete’s Dragon – Review

The best thing about Pete's Dragon is undoubtedly that it preserves the nostalgic element for the adults, whilst maintaining the sense of adventure that belongs in a children’s film. Sitting down to watch...
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Top 10 Movie Double Acts

We certainly have seen some stellar double acts over the decades. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Woody and Buzz. Jay and Silent Bob. But we’re about to narrow it down for you. For the release of Central...

Bad Neighbours 2 – Review

Fear not – Bad Neighbours 2 is fresh, funny and, as with any Seth Rogen film, it sports a lot of weed-related shenanigans. What’s not to enjoy? There were concerns that, as with most comedy sequels, the...

Bastille Day – Review

It’s difficult to pinpoint what makes Bastille Day so disappointing - is it that it dances around some topical themes without making a comment? Or could it be that our "heroes" are so poorly developed that...
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Hardcore Henry – Review

Hardcore Henry is one of those rare films that almost makes so little sense that it makes perfect sense. But what it lacks in plotline, it makes up for with some seriously innovative first-person special...
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Top 10 Sports Films

It’s no secret that sport is emotive. But what defines the sports genre? Is it a film where the plot centres around the buildup to a big sporting event? Or is it simply a film that contains a sport? The...
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Among The Believers – Review

We’re no stranger to the religious extremism that plagues Pakistan, but Among the Believers succeeds in efficiently cutting through any confusion we may have around what the ‘Red Mosque’ stands...