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The DC Extended Universe (or The DCEU) has returned to the big screen for the first time since last year’s Wonder Woman 1984 with The Suicide Squad, written and directed by Guardians of the Galaxy’s James Gunn. This film should not be confused with 2016’s Suicide Squad, the franchise’s first attempt at adapting these comics,Continue reading “The Suicide Squad Review: Bold, brash and bonkers DC fun. “
A Quiet Place Part II – the sequel to the surprise 2018 horror hit, A Quiet Place – has finally landed in cinemas, arriving over a year after it’s original release date after being delayed a multiple amount of times. Now, we can all finally watch the long-awaited sequel and not only that, on theContinue reading “A Quiet Place Part II Review – An electrifying, pulsating sequel”
Some of the brand new television that have been released over the past month include the third season of the BBC sitcom, Motherland; the second season of the Netflix science fiction anthology dark animation series, Love, Death + Robots and the BBC mystery drama series, The Pact. Check out if any of them are worthContinue reading “Recent TV Releases: Love, Death + Robots, The Pact and more reviewed”
Nomadland, the latest film to win Best Picture at the Oscars, has finally found its home in the UK. It is airing exclusively to the streaming service, Disney+ on the subscription add-on, Star. Not only did the film win Best Picture, but the film also won Best Actress for lead star, Frances McDormand (the thirdContinue reading “Nomadland: The latest Best Picture winner reviewed”
Some of the newest releases out this month, including the Richard Linklater movie, Where’d You Go, Bernadette? and the Netflix thrillers, Stowaway, Things Heard & Seen and The Woman in the Window. Check out if any of them are any good, right here. Stowaway: One of the many films that has finally found it’s homeContinue reading “Recent Releases: Stowaway, The Woman in the Window and more reviewed”
One of the biggest success stories to come out of the film animation business in the past decade has been Phil Lord and Chris Miller. The pair have been behind some of the most extraordinarily successful animated movies, including directing Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and 2014’s brilliant The Lego Movie, and producing theContinue reading “The Mitchells vs. The Machines Review – one of the greatest animation treats of the last decade”
Some of the brand new films this month are the Guantanamo Bay legal drama, The Mauritanian; the Netflix creature feature romance movie, Love & Monsters, and the recently Best Picture nominated dramas, Sound of Metal and Minari. Check out if any of them are worth your time, right here. Love and Monsters: One of theContinue reading “Recent Releases: Minari, Sound of Metal and more reviewed”
Spoilers about Palm Springs will follow. Palm Springs, the time loop romantic comedy starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti, has finally got it’s release in the UK, debuting on Amazon Prime on Friday. The film was originally released almost a year ago in the US, on the streaming service, Hulu, and immediately gathered a devotedContinue reading “Palm Springs: A script full of revealing secrets.”
Some of the brand new films this month are the huge blockbuser, Godzilla vs. Kong; the timely, Oscar-nominated biopic, Judas and the Black Messiah; the Netflix Sarah Paulson thriller, Run and the kids animated adventure movie, Raya and the Last Dragon. Check out if any of them are worth your time, right here. Godzilla vs.Continue reading “Recent Releases: Godzilla vs. Kong, Run, and more reviewed.”
Gosford Park remains one of the truly peculiar movies of the 2000s. The film is directed by Robert Altman, and written by Julian Fellowes, and remains their attempt to revitalise the tired “whodunnit” genre. For those that don’t know – the whodunnit genre essentially consists of a bunch of suspects gathering in one location, whereContinue reading “Underrated Movies: Gosford Park (2001) Review”
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