By Ian Crow Following the trend of the universe of Cloverfield, the new instalment in the franchise was unknown to all. We had no idea of the official title, release date, synopsis or trailer. All we knew of was the cast and that it was set in space. During Super bowl weekend, the film dropped… Continue reading The Cloverfield Paradox Review
By Ian Morton Death Note is easily one of the better Netflix originals but an overly fast pace paired with a lack of depth might leave some audiences looking for a little more. Based on the manga series of the same name, Death Note follows high school student, Light Turner as he discovers a mysterious book… Continue reading Death Note Review – Netflix Original
by Ian Morton War Machine promises a lot but struggles to find its footing both tonally and within its central plot. General Glen McMahon is a decorated war hero, enlisted to end the war in Afghanistan after a gruelling 8 years of war. Taking over from previous efforts, the plot follows the general as he attempts… Continue reading War Machine Review
By Ian Morton Just over 2 hours of your life you will never get back! Adam Sandler stars as down and out talent agent Sandler Wexler as he represents some of the more eccentric acts in 80’s/90’s Hollywood. After discovering a talented singer at his local theme park (Jennifer Hudson), Wexler not only finds his latest… Continue reading Sandy Wexler Review – Netflix Exclusive!
By Ian Morton A messy ending doesn’t quite do enough to save the brooding drama about life after death. After discovering the existence of an afterlife, Neurosurgeon Will (Jason Segel) goes to meet with his scientist father, Thomas (Robert Redford) as the world comes to grips with the idea that life is not the end. Many… Continue reading The Discovery Review – Netflix Exclusive!
With very few laughs and a lack of any decent story, The Do-Over is another in the ever growing list of Adam Sandler disappointments. After meeting again at a high school reunion, hapless Charlie (David Spade) is taken on an adventure by his best friend Max (Adam Sandler), on a quest to change their ever… Continue reading The Do-Over Review (Netflix exclusive)
Jumping on the Netflix bandwagon, Ricky Gervais returns to our screen in this lacklustre comedy that tries too hard to blend comedy, romance and drama. Although its boosted by a rather impressive cast, it never truly manages to find its footing and ends up falling at the first hurdle. ‘Special correspondents’ follows a failing radio… Continue reading Special Correspondence Review (Netflix exclusive)