The Disaster Artist Review

by Ian Morton Synonymous amongst movie fans, The Room has and will forever be known as the ‘best worst movie ever’. Since its release back in 2003, audiences have watched in awe as a series of illogical events unfold into unintentional hilarity, with the film eventually becoming a cult phenomenon and a ‘must watch’ for any… Continue reading The Disaster Artist Review

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

The sequel to the much loved original Jumanji is due to be released this December. With a release date of the 20th in the UK, it’s firmly set it’s eyes on the demographic of young children and the families over the Christmas holidays. After the sad passing of Robin Williams, the sequel looked set to… Continue reading Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Review

The Big Sick Review

By Ian Morton The Big Sick is a breath of fresh air in a genre that typically follows a frustratingly cliché approach to storytelling. Based on true events, the story follows the relationship between Kumail and Emily in the face of both family pressures and cultural differences. Written by the real-life couple behind the characters, Kumail… Continue reading The Big Sick Review

Crow’s Must See Films of 2017 So Far!

2017 has been a strong year, especially in the summer blockbuster department. It has now come to that time of the year where we look back and decide which 10 films have caught our eye so far. 1. Dunkirk – Director Christopher Nolan has delivered again. His use of practical effects come to fruitition in… Continue reading Crow’s Must See Films of 2017 So Far!

Spider-Man Homecoming Review

By Ian Morton Spider-Man Homecoming is a breath of fresh air for a franchise commonly bogged down in the fateful expectation of an origin story. Following on from the events of Civil War, Homecoming follows Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Tom Holland) as he battles a local weapons syndicate run by Adrian Toomes/The Vulture (Michael Keaton) while balancing the… Continue reading Spider-Man Homecoming Review

Baby Driver Review

By Ian Crow Without doubt one of the most talked about films at the moment. Baby Driver has been receiving high praise from critics and fellow industry members for Edgar Wright’s new piece of work. A heavily influenced film, Baby Driver picks up some of the best bits from the films of old but manages… Continue reading Baby Driver Review

Wonder Woman (2017) Review

The DCEU has come under intense scrutiny since the universe first started. Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad equally shared a fist full of punches from every angle towards the finished products. Lack of story, albeit, maybe a bad telling of potentially a good story in both of the films and over dramatized moments have… Continue reading Wonder Woman (2017) Review

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Review

By Ian Morton The fifth entry in the franchise will keep fans happy but ultimately sinks to the far depths with a lack of plot development and all too familiar set pieces. A cursed pirate hunter and his crew are released from the Devils Triangle to take revenge on the one that put them there –… Continue reading Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Review

Baywatch (2017) Review

By Ian Crow Slow motion running, tight red swimming suits, Pamela Anderson and David Hasselhoff. 90’s America became obsessed with the hit TV show based around a lifeguard group in LA. Soon that obsession spread worldwide and it became one of the most iconic TV shows around. Very much in its time, Baywatch is a… Continue reading Baywatch (2017) Review

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Review

By Ian Morton King Arthur certainly has some of the signature moments a Guy Ritchie films offers, but an unfortunate lack of meaningful narrative won’t rank this high on the directors list. Embellishing on the folklore, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword tells the story of the titles namesake on his quest to become King of… Continue reading King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Review