Category: Reviews

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Review: Terminator Dark Fate

I went in to this film with the expectation of it being terrible and for me, it was. On a bizarre note, I still suggest you go and see it because as always, this...

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The Core vs Deep Impact

So it’s come to this, you’re desperate for something to watch and you’ve only got two films to choose from. Seeing that you don’t want to hang yourself let’s look at which is the...

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Review: AD Astra

AD Astra was one of the only films this year I knew very little about with the first trailer providing virtually no spoilers, this was a rarity since most blockbusters give away the best...

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Review: Good Boys

I was at work at the time when I kept hearing on the radio about this new movie coming out from the ‘guys that brought you Superbad, Bad Neighbours and Sausage Party’ . I...

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Review: The Lion King

I have and always will be a fan of children’s films, often creating magic that films for a more adult audience either neglect or fail to achieve. I count myself lucky that whilst I...

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Review: Yesterday

In this current age of cinema, it’s hard to fathom a film that doesn’t aim to put out multiple sequels and spin off movies; The Avengers, The Matrix or the revamped Star Trek films,...

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South Park: The best episodes

Oh the tears of unfathomable sadness….Mmmm.. yummy…yummy you guys! Its been 20 years since South Park released its movie ‘Bigger,Longer & Uncut’. It has, and always will be, one of my favourite ever programmes....

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Review: Toy Story 4

I was and still am a huge fan of the first Toy Story, the entire film from start to finish is wonderful with great characters, an excellent story arc, great imagination and it never...

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Review: Men In Black International

The 1997 film rightly received worldwide praise, it was well thought out, had incredible effects (for the era) and the acting prowess of Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones bought the whole thing together....

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Review: Brightburn (Preview)

The world of horror is something I typically avoid with current horror focusing on gore and unpleasantness over actual terror. Films such as Hostel typically attribute horror to how many people in the audience...