Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

By Ian Crow If you had told me a few years back that I would have seen a standalone movie of Han Solo on the big screen; I would have probably said how excited I was. Every person I know was excited at the prospect of a movie about one of the most loved characters… Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

On Chesil Beach Review

by Ian Morton Capturing a convincing relationship for the big screen can often be one of the hardest things for filmmakers to achieve. Held to ransom by both script and performance, movies that chart the course of ‘love’s long journey’ often swing between modern-day drama and b-movie rom-com territories. The most common complaint often calls out… Continue reading On Chesil Beach Review

Deadpool 2 Review

After only a two year absence from the big screen, the foul mouthed superhero is back! Foul mouthed, extremely violent and extremely funny, nothing has changed on the personality side of Deadpool, but there has been some vast improvements in the second outing, whilst keeping to the same level of humour we experienced in the… Continue reading Deadpool 2 Review

Avengers: Infinity War Review

by Ian Morton **Minor spoiler warning** It’s the beginning of the end for the Marvel cinematic universe as we know it. For the last 10 years a complex matrix of superhero lore has unfolded, spanning 18 movies to date and interconnecting the lives of characters that once only lived in the imaginations of comic book fans.… Continue reading Avengers: Infinity War Review

Unsane Review

By Ian Crow Steven Soderbergh is back on the big screen with his latest entry to his collection. Unsane follows a young woman, struggling to cope through everyday life, is thrown off course from her recovery of mental health. Having moved hundreds of miles away from her home town, she now resides in a new… Continue reading Unsane Review

Ready Player One Review

by Ian Morton For the better part of 5 decades, veteran film maker Steven Spielberg has made arguably some of the best films ever made. With a movie back catalogue that touches the length and bredth of nearly every genre, its certainly the perfect archetype for any budding film fans collection. Fast forward 50 years and… Continue reading Ready Player One Review

Tomb Raider Review

by Ian Morton Tomb Raider suffers from the same issues as most other video game adaptations but a strong leading performance paired with some fun set pieces makes this adventure far more enjoyable than many of its other pixelated brethren. Based loosely on the origin story from the 2013 video game, the narrative follows Lara Croft… Continue reading Tomb Raider Review

Love, Simon Review

By Ian Crow On the tin, it may look like your typical teen romantic movie, but Love, Simon is one that doesn’t go down that road. Love, Simon is centred on Simon, a young high schooler. Has an abundance of friends, a fantastic circle of support from his family and high school is generally good,… Continue reading Love, Simon Review

Red Sparrow Review

by Ian Morton The current assassin-centric, espionage thriller genre (quite the mouthful) has seen somewhat of a revival over the last few years. The fantastically brutal John Wick was a sleeper hit way back in 2014 that found such success that it not only managed to breed a sequel, it also spawned a variety of films… Continue reading Red Sparrow Review

Black Panther Review

By Ian Crow   A Marvel movie that feels completely different to any other film in the franchise so far, Black Panther is being talked about as being a new generation of superhero movies. Not necessarily a superhero, Black Panther almost feels like a whole lot more than that. He is seen as an icon… Continue reading Black Panther Review