So how was Thor: Ragnarok? It was… strange but good. The early buzz for the third Thor flick by Marvel has been unanimously good, so I did enter the theatre with expectations – I was by no means without skepticism […]
In case you’ve been living under a rock, My Little Pony is back, has been back for some time and, at its re-inception at least, was quite good.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is an action-packed joyride and a welcome addition to the action spy genre, but it’s not the masterpiece its predecessor was.
IT has all the makings of a great horror movie. And that’s because it doesn’t neglect focusing on being a good movie first.
The Dark Tower is not the disaster international critics would have you believe, but unfortunately it does occupy a rather grey area.
Director/screenwriter Luc Besson excels at creating these vast, quirky, juxtaposed worlds which showcase the wonder of his expansive imagination whilst never forcing us to entirely abandon the familiar. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets certainly has that homely […]
15 Years, 5 movies and 2 spidermen in, we arrive at Spiderman: Homecoming which manages to shake off the franchise fatigue and deliver a great, surprisingly fun and funny film.
The world has waited a long time for Wonder Woman and she’s finally here, ready and willing to pick up the pieces of DC’s fragmented cinematic universe with a film driven by hope and humanity.
The legend of King Arthur is a muddling affair. Authors have been telling his story for ages and it’s never the same twice – Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is no different.
I suspect whether you’ll be go-going to or stay-staying home for Power Rangers depends on how much you loved the original TV show and movie, but this film is, for the most part, a fun ride.