When the first Kingsman film came out, me along with the rest f the world was flabbergasted by its greatness. It reinvented the spy genre whilst also making fun of it. It was witty, clever, charming and hilarious. As was deserved it received huge critical a box office success and of course a sequel was […]Read more "My Review of Kingsman: The Golden Circle"
So far, we have had two Apes films with ‘Rise’ and ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’. Except for the fact that the titles should’ve been swapped (the rise comes after the dawn, right?), each film has been brilliant in their own way, having two different approaches yet still fitting together, flowing perfectly whilst […]Read more "My Review of War for the Planet of the Apes"
Man of Steel: meh, BvS: less said about that the better, Suicide Squad: meh and now Wonder Woman. Not a lot to beat. Wonder Woman is directed by Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot as the titular character (Diana Prince/Wonder Woman) who has grown up on a remote Island called Themyscira which is populated by […]Read more "My Review of Wonder Woman"
Before watching Sleepless, I wasn’t aware that it was in fact a remake of a 2011 French film called Nuit Blanche (Sleepless Night). This title makes a lot more sense to the film as he is up all night (a sleepless night). Sleepless sounds like a character study on someone with mental issues who can’t […]Read more "My Review of Sleepless"
Colossal is a film that came out of nowhere for me, I saw some reviews and when I saw it was going to be released in the UK I needed to check it out. People who complain about cinematic universe fatigue and feel there isn’t enough original ideas being turned into films then released need […]Read more "My Review of Colossal"
Alien Covenant is somewhat of a sequel to Prometheus, the next film in this Alien-verse. It is again directed by Ridley Scott and follows the crew of the ‘Covenant’ Colonisation vessel who are on their way to a planet that they believe is habitable for humans. However, they find a closer planet that seems to […]Read more "My Review of Alien Covenant"
Get Out is directed by half of Key and Peele, Jordan Peele, signalling a seismic shift in his career. It stars Daniel Kaluuya, Chris, who is going to meet his Girlfriend’s (Allison Williams) parents for the first time. Chris is worried that Rose, his girlfriend, is underestimating the importance of the fact that he is […]Read more "Late to the Party: Get Out"