A full review about this film without one reference to “Breaking Bad”!
Hollywood and “Ben-Hur”. The original cash-grabbing couple!
I’ve never seen a Laika film before. I need to see more!
A late review for a Woody Allen movie. Sorry Woody.
My 100th Review. And it’s a near 4000 word doosey!
A thoughtful crime drama in Texas. I love my job sometimes.
Is this movie so good/bad that I want Rotten Tomatoes to just die?
An American Comedy with three friends and they’re all… women?!
More than 10 years on, can David Brent make it from the paper business to show business? And, more importantly, is watching him fail at that still funny?
Another film about the locating of fish. That genre will never die so long as we fish ourselves.
A children’s classic in the hands of a giant director! Surely this must be good.
My favourite action dude is back. If you don’t know who I’m talking about, read the title.
On the franchise’s 50th Anniversary can this film live up to the legendary series?
Read this review in the voice of a 70’s trailer voice-over artist.
The greatest animation studio since Disney gives us their swansong.
Over a billion dollars the last movie did gross.
Only a penny should it have received at most.
Jodie Foster directed Money Monster.
A movie about banking fraudsters.
Let’s see if I can bear with this movie… I’ll stop now.
Let’s hope that Chris Evans does a better job than the son of J.D Sallinger.
This film, I’ve just learnt, is “based on true events”. Oh boy.
Why are they after this kid? And why is he wearing those swimming goggles? Find out at MIDNIGHT!
Let’s see what’s happening in the city today. It seems to be filled with animals.
A film done in one take. Film types like myself love those!
After years of fans whining, was Batfleck all that bad?
A movie with perfect punctuation must mean a perfect movie right?
The third installment in a franchise that certainly is not endangered.
Redmayne wants you to “GO!!!” to this movie. If you get that reference I apologise.
Did my total lack of knowledge of this book series affect my enjoyment of this film?
If you are under 15, just pencil on a moustache and go see this.
Is this Tarantino epic worthy of the man’s name?
Money, money, money. From the author of “Moneyball”
Can a five year old boy hold a movie together almost on his own?
My most anticipated movie of 2016, so early. Was I right to hold my breath?
After the glory of “Inside Out”, do Disney and Pixar have much left to give?
My upteenth review of a movie about espionage, this year. Is this a “A Most Wanted Man” or a “Blackhat”?
Saoirse Ronan is an irish girl on her way to America. Does she land on her feet?
A true story of two sisters, torn apart at birth and then, and then miraculously reunited.
“Skyfall” was said to be the best James Bond movie ever. Will this surpass it?
And you thought “Birdman” was artsy!
Matt Damon once again plays the loneliest man in the universe. Ridley Scott once again brings a camera into that universe.
The true tragedy of an attempt to climb the world’s greatest peak is given the motion picture treatment.
Gangster movies are a personal favourite genre of mine. Is this one up to snuff?
My 50th review! I think over the past 49 I’ve been relatively positive on balance. Will this one continue the trend or change my tune?
Everyone’s been going crazy for this film. Is it worth the hype?
Ethan Hunt is back. Cue the incredibly catchy music.
A woman must deal with tragic loss in one of the most destructive conflicts of all time. Worst of all, it actually happened.
You will note that the poster for this movie has a different title from the one I give it. This is because like with all my reviews, I choose the anglocentric angle and have decided to call it by the name it has been given in my country.
One of the best characters from the last 200 years is back. Is he done justice or sold out?
A franchise that just won’t go extinct re-emerges without the help of frog DNA. Will it bite?
People say they crave original ideas. Why then is this a box office bomb?
The follow up to a franchise from the 70s and 80s? This could only end well!
The most intricate film franchise Goliath of all-time has it’s new team flagship. Does it impress a newcomer?
From the man who played Javert in “Les Miserables” comes…