Ewan Gleadow

Review: Mary and Max 10th Anniversary

Review: Mary and Max 10th Anniversary

Friendship is a valuable thing, apparently, and I feel that’s the driving message of Mary and Max, a beautifully animated film with an even better tone. Animation is a superb way to invite an audience into a larger than life world, but with Mary and Max quite the opposite occurs and it’s what makes it so excellently unique. […]

 Ryan Easby

Review: Ralph Breaks The Internet

Ralph Breaks The Internet might be the single most “meh” movie of all time. There’s nothing particularly wrong with it, but there’s also nothing really stand-out or special about it. I speak as somebody who absolutely loved the original Wreck-It Ralph, it’s one of my favourite Disney films, in the same halls as films such […]

 Jonathan 'Kit' Shaw

Sonic Boom Episode 1 Review

Episode 1 – The Sidekick The episode starts off with Sonic chasing after Eggman through a canyon with tails following above in a plane (presumably the Tornado), when egg man unveils Burnbot (can’t shoot fire ironically) who is the latest robot he has created, after a swift beating Burnbot switches his attention to Tails causing […]

 Ed Quinn

Postman Pat: The Movie – David Tennant And Ronan Keating Hoping To Deliver A Classic

Postman Pat: The Movie – David Tennant And Ronan Keating Hoping To Deliver A Classic

After thirty-three years of delighting audiences on television, Postman Pat finally makes his way to the big screen in Postman Pat: The Movie. With the voice talents of Stephen Mangan, David Tennant and Rupert Grint, the film follows Pat’s rise to stardom when the talent show You’re the One visits his hometown of Greendale. The […]