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Baby Driver Review

Edgar Wright is best known for writing and directing movies such as ‘Hot Fuzz’ and ‘Shaun of the Dead’, British comedy classics shown time and time again on TV to fill an evening slot; good films, but not quite Hollywood... Continue Reading →


The Mummy Review

Sometimes, cinema needs something fresh and original, a concept that will captivate an audience, inspiring a generation, but Universal couldn’t think of anything so they’ve remade The Mummy, again. They’ve sacked Brendon Fraser and instead recruited our favourite, grinning scientologist... Continue Reading →

Baywatch Review

Has your life been empty since the final episode of TV series Baywatch in 2001? Have you found that nothing will fill that double-D shaped void in your soul? Nope, me neither, but they’ve made a movie anyway. Starring highest... Continue Reading →

Alien: Covenant Review

Ridley Scott (aged 79) is still at it, as the new instalment in the ‘Alien’ universe has been released. Alien Covenant is a prequel, which falls between fellow prequel Prometheus (2012) and the original Alien movie (1979) in this action-horror... Continue Reading →

A Dog’s Purpose Review

Are you in the mood to become emotionally scarred and cry hysterically for a couple of hours? Then this movie is the one for you. A Dog’s Purpose follows the multiple reincarnations of a dog through different breeds, roles and... Continue Reading →

Going in Style Review

Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin star in this crime-comedy directed by Scrub’s actor Zach Braff. Three elderly friends each have their pensions cut and find themselves in financial difficulty. With little to lose, they decide that robbing their... Continue Reading →

Beauty and the Beast Review

This ‘tale as old as time’ has been recaptured in a live-action interpretation of the 1991 Disney classic. For those who have forgotten the infamous tale, beautiful Belle (Emma Watson) is held prisoner by a Prince-turned-Beast (Dan Stevens) in a... Continue Reading →

Kong Skull Island Review

Our favourite massive monkey is back on the big screen in this new Hollywood blockbuster starring Samuel L Jackson, Tom Hiddleston and Academy award winning Brie Larson to name but a few among this extremely impressive cast. Although this is... Continue Reading →

T2 Trainspotting Review

The dirty, picaresque cult classic is back 20 years later, plunging the original cast into the black comedy and pessimism of Scottish drug culture. Director Danny Boyle called Trainspotting ‘Scotland’s Star Wars’ and for the first 10 minutes, you feel... Continue Reading →

La La Land Review

This fanciful, theatrical musical has been dominating the award ceremonies; but is it worth making a song and dance about? Set in modern day Hollywood, this film uses the typical 50s musical format and the costumes are subtly classic, to... Continue Reading →

Passengers Review

If you’ve ever watched Castaway and thought, this would be so much better on a cruise-ship in space, then you’re in luck. Passengers is a futuristic love story taking place on a space ship carrying 5000 passengers which is travelling... Continue Reading →

Rogue One – A Star Wars Story Review

“There is no Rogue One!” “There is now!” This new sci-fi adventure fits in between episode III and IV in the Star Wars timeline, and follows the mission to obtain the Death Star plans from the Imperials. If you have... Continue Reading →

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