Disney+, Superhero, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: Loki Episodes 3-4 (2021)

After getting very worried that Loki had jumped the shark in Episode 3, it’s with great relief that I can report that Episode 4 brings it fully back on track and we can now excitedly look forward to seeing how things will wrap up in…

Disney+, Superhero, TV Reviews

TV REVIEW: Loki Episodes 1-2 (2021)

As someone who went into the first two episodes of Loki completely cold (I had seen no teasers, trailers, clips or even any images really), I did not know what to expect. Of course, many of us guessed that we would be picking up Loki’s…

Film Reviews, Latest, Romance, Sci-Fi

REVIEW: Bliss (2021)

Amazon’s current catalogue has earned plenty of praise this week at the Golden Globes and deservedly so. It does however, make it absolutely baffling how a film like Bliss – one of their recent titles – got the go ahead. Riddled with issues from top…

Comedy, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Father Figures (2018)

I’ll be honest, with the disappointing quality of comedies over recent years (bar a handful of exceptions) I wasn’t really expecting to enjoy ‘Father Figures’ as much as I did. Owen Wilson and Ed Helms both have a history of hit and miss films, a…

Animation, Family, Film Reviews, Z - 2017

REVIEW: Cars 3 (2017)

After a lacklustre response to ‘Cars 2’ which, in its defence, had some fresh ideas and a fast-paced plot, Pixar returns to the narrative of their original story for the third and possibly final (only if the cash doesn’t flow) chapter of the Lightning McQueen…

News + Trailers

The First Trailer For Stephen Chbosky’s ‘Wonder’ Has Arrived!

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngiK1gQKgK8&w=560&h=315] “Based on the New York Times bestseller, ‘Wonder’ tells the inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman. Born with facial differences that, up until now, have prevented him from going to a mainstream school, Auggie becomes the most unlikely of heroes when he enters…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Zoolander 2 (2016)

Going into a comedy sequel, there’s always a certain passive diffidence knowing that chances are it might be terrible. Following in the footsteps of its recent part-two-predecessors ‘Anchorman 2’, ‘Dumb & Dumber 2’, and ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2’, ‘Zoolander 2’ was sadly no exception. To say…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Zoolander (2001)

Two decades ago there was a sort of renegade comedy renaissance brought upon by the infamous “Frat Pack”, a group of seven or so comedians who took the world by storm with their prime-time sophomoric pictures that cultivated, captivated, and perpetuated audiences everywhere. Mainly non-Saturday…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Inherent Vice (2015)

I can’t really recall many Joaquín Phoenix films I’ve seen in the past, but he seemed like a cool guy, even before I watched ‘Inherent Vice’. Actually, the film as a whole seemed pretty cool too, not that I knew too much about it beforehand….