Category Archives: Review
One of the best sci-fi films in recent years and possibly one of the best films of this year, Arrival explores the ‘we are not alone’ idea in a whole new way and the effects are mesmerising. As science fiction … Continue reading
I have been eager to see Hunt for the Wilderpeople ever since hearing Taika Watiti – director of the fantastic What We Do In The Shadows had a new film coming out before Thor: Ragnarok next year. And safe to say my expectations did … Continue reading
Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon make a triumphant return in Jason Bourne, which gives us the well known formula that worked well for the original Bourne films, but with an updated modern edge.
David Yates – director of the last four Harry Potter films – latest film swung into cinemas earlier this month, and Legend of Tarzan is another in a line of mediocre adaptations of Edgar Rice Burroughs classic character.
The comedy drama The Fundamentals of Caring from director Rob Burnett, is a buddy road trip all in one, with an excellent pairing of Paul Rudd and Craig Roberts. There is a lot of heart in this film, which premiered on Netflix … Continue reading
I recently got back into listening to the Scottish band Travis, as they have a new album out and they are such an easy and enjoyable listen when I’m working. Before the album was released I was listening to their singles … Continue reading
War films create a mix of emotions as they show heroism, the epic, unending battles, heartbreak and loss, friendship, victory and triumph of good over evil. So a ten hour series of all that makes for incredible watching.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidts’ first season was a surprise hit last year, from co-creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, who had worked together on 30 Rock. It was fun, bubbly and quirky and had a serious subject matter at its centre – a young woman … Continue reading
An odd choice for a source for a horror movie, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice has become the story of a zombie apocalypse in the 18th century. Author Seth Graham-Smith spoofed the classic and it has now been adapted. Entertaining in … Continue reading