Ewan Gleadow

Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado

Review: Sicario: Day of the Soldado

The ongoing trend of modern action movies is to focus more on the drama than the violent acts of blowing up baddies and swinging in on one-liners. This shift in focus has been somewhat of a blessing and a curse, producing ample films like Sicario: Day of the Soldado; which, for better or worse, manages to […]

 Ryan Easby

Review: Deadpool 2

Review: Deadpool 2

I’m gonna give it to you straight, I thought the first Deadpool was simply OK. Sure, it wasn’t a bad movie by any stretch of the imagination, but I felt it dragged too much during the second act, the flashback nature of the main plotline was paper thin at best and the characters were extremely […]

 Jake Anderson

Review: Deadpool 2

Review: Deadpool 2

-SPOILER WARNING- The original ‘Deadpool’ was at its heart a romance flick parodying superhero films, while ‘Deadpool 2’ continues the self-aware humour but having a heavy focus on family as it continues to follow Ryan Reynolds’s portrayal as Deadpool while continuing to make the audience to laugh. The humour in ‘Deadpool 2’ is an improvement […]

 Daniela Ralu Nastase

Preview: Hail, Caesar!

Some of Hollywood most beloved actors are back starring in Hail, Caesar! George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum,  Jonah Hill and Ralph Fiennes – to name a few. The first trailer released by Universal Pictures shows fragments of the struggles of making a successful movie. It can be compared to Deadpool as it is not filmed from the typical Hollywood […]

 Pamela Bilalova

Everest: The Last Word Belongs to the Mountain

Everest: The Last Word Belongs to the Mountain

The heartbreaking real-life story of a disastrous Everest climbing comes to life in the film by Iceland director Baltasar Kormákur. If you’ve ever wondered how much could a climbing expedition go wrong, if you want to see nature in all its glory and feel people’s helplessness against it, then you should try out Everest, the […]

 Benjamin Kuwas

Review: Labour Day – Brolin And Winslet Star In Jason Reitman's Latest Outing

Review: Labour Day – Brolin And Winslet Star In Jason Reitman's Latest Outing

Labour Day is a unique offering from Jason Reitman, the man behind drama-comedies Juno, Up in the Air and Young Adult. However this time out he deviates from his usual approach and gives us something different. The film follows Adele (Oscar winner Kate Winslet) and her 13 year old son Henry (Gattlin Griffith) whose lives are at a […]