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Thor: Ragnarok Review

Thor hasn't had the best time when it comes to his standalone movies. They have all been rather flat and uninspiring, bordering upon dull; All things considered, Thor: Ragnarok isn't. It's loud, garish and ridiculous from open 'til close, really giving it a sense of character that the Thor series has been lacking.

Pokémon: I Choose You Review

When I first heard that Pokémon was re-booting/re-writing the origins of Ash and Pikachu I was a little taken aback. Like most of the...

The Snowman Review

I’m going to say it upfront, just in the event you don’t read any further into my review - please do not go and...

Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review (Mild Spoilers)

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is described as a "spy-spoof" movie and I think that's horribly unjustified and unfair. The Golden Circle is quite simply too good to be tarred with that brush. Comparing it to movies like Spyhard and I-Spy is quite simply ridiculous, those movies are homeless men vomiting onto the immaculately well tailored shoes of the Kingsman titles.

IT (2017) Review

Do you remember that feeling of sitting around a fire with your friends as you take turns telling ghost stories? Well, no, me neither,...

mother! Review

Where do you start? Well, let's get it out of the way, mother! is exceptional and a true breath of fresh air. Frankly I...

Victoria and Abdul Review

From the moment the words “based on real events… mostly” pop up on the screen you know you should take what you’re about to...

The Glass Castle Review

The Glass Castle can be summed up as follows: Cheerfully heart-breaking, but to leave it at that would be nothing short of criminal. This...

Mindhorn DVD Review

Welcome to the action TV show capital of the world; The Isle of Mann, home to Mindhorn, a sexy genius crime fighting detective who, with the help of a special robotic eye, can literally "see the truth". Played by legendary actor Richard Thorncroft (Julian Barratt) it was the Isle of Mann's most successful show and in the 80s, times were good.

Death Note (2017) Review – Just Don’t

It's common place today that we are rarely treated to an accurate reimagining of an anime to live action film. Death Note is not that film.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard Review

I want to meet whoever pitched the idea of Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds working a comedy/action movie together and buy him a...

Free Fire (DVD) Review

It's hard to pin Ben Wheatley down. Gaining a cult following for his short films and animations on the Internet, he's now got people...

Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D Review

My first experience of Terminator 2: Judgment Day was on a 12-inch television on VHS. It was cropped to 4:3 for the TV station...

Alien: Covenant Review

It's hard to ignore the task Alien: Covenant has on it's hands. After 2012's much anticipated yet utterly atrocious Prometheus, the prospect of another...
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Baby Driver Review – Time to Face the Music

You can tell a lot about a film from its opening shot. What it chooses to show, what it leaves out, and more. We...

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