Dark, comical and unexpectedly poignant, Channel 4’s adaptation of the story of two unlikely teens on the run from normality, is a charming and edgy modern-day take on Bonnie and Clyde.
Going into this film I was extremely wary. It is no small understatement to say that, in the Marvel cinematic universe, the Thor films are undoubtedly the weakest link. So, I was sceptical going in to say the least.
Foreign cinema regularly flies under the radar of many, fortunately, Dom Munson has got you covered, reviewing 2007’s ‘Timecrimes’.
James Buxton gives his review on the greatly anticipated sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy. Vol. 2 hit UK theatres on the 28th of April.
In an attempt to revive the classic Hollywood musical is Damien Chazelle’s (Whiplash) La La Land; a tale of inspiration, romance, jazz and, above all, the American Dream. Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone form an idyllic L.A. couple, Mia and Seb, both fed up with their jobs and desperate for their breakthrough, complete with mesmerising […]
If you’re still looking for a feel-good movie to get you in the right spirit for holiday season, let me introduce you to Bob, the sassiest and cutest cat on screen in ages.
Films involving an alien first contact tend to be loud, in-your-face, macho slugfests that show the inferior, powerless human race come together to fight an evil horde of super-powered mutants.
20 years ago a film was released which has since seen a massive cult following. Danny Boyle has revived one of his biggest films and Trainspotting 2 is hitting our screens early next year.
Benedict Cumberbatch plays the eponymous main character – a dry, egotistical wonder surgeon who – after suffering permanent damage to his hands – embarks on a healing pilgrimage so he can go back to being a doctor again.