Jumanji Welcome To The Jungle

Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle – Review

Beyond the usual blarney about desecrating the corpse of a beloved film, there’s one golden rule for reboots: you need to bring something new to the table. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle – where there are...
Central Intelligence

Central Intelligence – Review

Central Intelligence isn’t concerned with changing the status quo. There’s no grand message, no attempt to subvert the genre, or even poke fun at it Jump Street style. With its bland title and boilerplate...
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The Secret Life Of Pets – Review

The Secret Life of Pets’ first fifteen minutes are perky and imaginative as the animal inhabitants of a block of New York flats wave their owners off to work before commencing their own daily routines. This...

Get Hard – Review

Get Hard awkwardly stumbles through attempts at finding humour in racial and sexual differences. Allegations of xeno/homophobia could be partially diffused by comedic context, but this comedy clearly needs to...

The Wedding Ringer – Review

14 years after it was actually written, The Wedding Ringer finally makes it to screen. Was it worth it? Well, no, but… Had it been released all those years ago the story might be different; wouldn’t it...

Ride Along – Review

He may look gruff and wave a gun around but fear not - this is still Ice Cube at his Are We There Yet-iest. That is largely down to Ride Along being the Chris Tucker Kevin Hart show through and through. The...

Grudge Match – Review

Being a fan of boxing and craptastic puns, a film with the tagline “Grudgement Day” doesn’t have to do much to win me over. And Grudge Match doesn’t do much either; De Niro and Stallone fight a bit...