On April 15, 2013, in Boston, Massachusetts, the most tragic terrorist attack since 9/11 took place. Patriots Day recreates the horrific account of what happened on that “normal sunny day.”
Starring Mark Wahlberg as Police Sargent Tommy Saunders, a fictional character, who is a main component to the hectic storyline. From the beginning to end he works alongside real life individuals; Tommy’s boss the Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis (John Goodman) and Sergeant Jeffrey Pugliese (J.K Simmons). Director and co-writer Peter Berg has created an […]
Logan is the Wolverine film that audiences have craved for so long. It’s packed with bloody violence, adult language and emotional revelations. Hugh Jackman’s final appearance as the clawed hero challenges everything that we expect of super hero movies.
The film is based around the Old Man Logan storyline from the X-Men comics, taking place in a near future where mutants are dying off. The ones that remain include Logan, and a frail, mentally ill Professor Xavier. Patrick Stewart’s return to the role is extremely satisfying, as he gets to explore a different side […]
Words by Niall Farrer Kong: Skull Island, the upcoming mythological monster film directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts written by Dan Gilroy and Max Borenstien, is a reboot of the ‘King Kong’ franchise, all while introducing us to the new ‘MonsterVerse’. This is the second film in the new MonsterVerse, set as a prequel to the 2014 film Godzilla. […]
The Flash is an American TV show airing on the CW however is it also broadcasted over to British television as well. The show was created by Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kresberg and Geoff Johns 0n the 7th of October 2014. It’s about a DC masked crime fighting superhero known as The Flash (played by actor […]
The newest addition to the DC cinematic universe will based on the much loved comic book character, Diana of Themyscira – or in her civilian life Diana Prince – who is better know as the Amazon princess and superhero Wonder Woman. Although she was introduced to us in Batman vs Superman, she is the only […]
The story that has taken over not only my life but many others all over the world began on the 8th June 2010 and has skyrocketed all the way through 6 and a half seasons, over 7 years. Now, its 2017 and we are still sitting waiting for many answers to the endless questions we […]
Words by Mia Littlewood On the Feb 26, the legendary Oscar Awards took place in the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and as usual, there was plenty of drama and not just in the movies. There were tears, laughs and people getting destroyed by banter provided by this years host, Jimmy Kimmel, and also an embarrassing mistake […]
Jordan Peele will be making his directorial debut in the horror-thriller genre with his new film Get Out.
Set in the present, this movie has boldly set itself up to approach deep-rooted issues of race and prejudice. The racially-driven plot sees African-American boyfriend, Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) and white partner, Rose (Allison Williams), attending a weekend getaway in order to meet Rose’s parents. The trip finds them in a white dominated suburb where mysterious […]
The well-anticipated Mr dark and mysterious recently topped the box office film charts, but it wasn’t quite the troubled billionaire protagonist that people were expecting. The Lego Batman Movie raked in £7.9 million on its opening weekend, meaning capes and comedy beat Christian Grey and his raunchy sequel to the top spot. Fifty Shades Darker earned a slightly lower £7.56 million, nearly half the amount of its Valentine’s Day predecessor, ranking it in second place.
Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson reprised their roles as billionaire bad boy, Christian Grey and inexperienced ‘misfit,’ Anastasia Steele, but continued to struggle with on screen chemistry in this disappointing sequel. The movie begins with the “not a hearts and flowers kind of” Christian, giving Anastasia… flowers, in a bid to swoon her back to […]
Moonlight is not a film about Hollywood made for Hollywood, it is not a film made for the academy awards, it is not a film made with accolades in mind; it is so much more than that.
As the second feature film from ‘Medicine For Melancholy’ director Barry Jenkins, Moonlight is a coming-of-age drama about a young man’s continuing struggle to understand just who he is. Adapted from Tarell Alvin McCraney’s unproduced play ‘In Moonlight, Black Boys Look Blue’, Moonlight dares to delve into a world that is so unfamiliar to the […]