Film

 Joe Bentley

Review: Big Game “A must see for any teenage boy who loves explosions and action.”

Before we start, let’s make one thing clear. This film is very much for dads and their lads. The whole premise of this film is set around targeting young boys who are obsessed with gunfire and the idea of swinging from helicopters. Samuel L Jackson plays the President of the United States who is found […]

 Reece Pollock

Review: The age of Adaline “The movie is as timeless as Adaline”

Review: The age of Adaline “The movie is as timeless as Adaline”

From its premise The Age of Adaline, directed by Lee Toland Krieger, may seem like a fantasy filled romance in which the titular character’s ability to stay young for 8 decades is far-fetched. However the approach taken to explain Adaline Bowman’s (Blake Lively) magical age stopping miracle was far from anything magical. The intelligent scientific explanation […]

 Angus Saul

Interview: Ben Kuwas – small time filmmaker turns international writer

Interview: Ben Kuwas – small time filmmaker turns international writer

“Could I have a six-inch Italian BMT on honey oat bread please?” “Toasted?” “Yes, please.” Subway is the fast-food establishment of choice for Benjamin Kuwas, former University of Sunderland graduate, now film writing aficionado. A creature of habit, he rarely orders anything but the usual, and even less will eat elsewhere by choice. Strange, perhaps, […]

 Emma O'Neill

Pitch Perfect 2 comes to cinemas this May

On May 15 the pitch is back, with the eagerly anticipated sequel to the summer hit that was Pitch Perfect. Join the Bella’s as they try to regain their credibility after an incident gone wrong. As three time champions, they get invited to Washington D.C. to give a performance for the President’s birthday. Fat Amy accidentally reveals […]

 Steve Kell

Review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

Review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

  Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) | Director: Joss Whedon | Rating: 4 Star Just as Avengers Assemble did for phase one, Avengers: Age of Ultron rounds off the second phase of Marvel Studios cinematic universe and its safe to say, it doesn’t disappoint. Given that director Joss Whedon chose to use nine avengers and a […]

 Lauren Dimmick

Frozen Fever: maybe they should have just Let It Go

We always knew that Disney would do everything humanly possible to bleed Frozen for all it’s worth. The highest grossing animated film EVER, it was only to be expected that after the company had finished riding on the coat-tails of plush Olaf toys and various princess dresses, that they’d turn their attention to the next […]

 Reece Pollock

The Age of Adaline comes to cinemas this May

The world has changed in the last century, however for Adaline it has not. From the director Lee Toland Krieger (The Vicious Kind & Celeste & Jesse Forever) comes the magical story of Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively). Defying the laws of nature Adaline has remained the young age of 29 for eight decades. Never letting anyone close, […]

 Matthew Austin

Review: Child 44 “the poorly written plot and sluggish pace means that Child 44 is a forgettable film”

Review: Child 44 “the poorly written plot and sluggish pace means that Child 44 is a forgettable film”

Directed by Swedish film-maker Daniel Espinosa and based on Tom Rob Smith’s novel of the same name, Child 44 focuses on MGB agent Leo Demidov (played by Tom Hardy) as he investigates a series of brutal child murders in Stalin’s USSR. With a premise like that, the film has the potential to be an interesting […]

 Lee Valks Pollard

Review: Montage of Heck

Review: Montage of Heck

The most intimate Kurt Cobain documentary ever made, Montage of Heck offers an all access pass into the artistic mind and private life of Kurt Cobain. In the 8 years it took to make the movie director Brett Morgen was gifted an all access look into the Nirvana vaults, with Cobain’s wife Courtney Love and […]

 Matthew Austin

Comedy Top Five starring Chris Rock arrives in UK cinemas this May

Comedy Top Five starring Chris Rock arrives in UK cinemas this May

Hit comedy Top Five comes to UK cinemas in May having already received praise since its debut in the US last year. Written, directed by and starring Chris Rock, alongside a cast of well-known comedians such as Kevin Hart, J.B. Smoove and Cedric the Entertainer, Top Five follows New York comedian & actor Andre Allen […]

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