Film Reviews

REVIEW: Charlie’s Angels (2019)

Following the recent trend of rebooting or continuing classic franchises with women-led casts, such as in Ghostbusters (2016) and Ocean’s 8 (2018), Charlie’s Angels is the latest series to undergo a makeover. Unlike the others, it has always been led by women. But with a…

Animation, Family, Film Reviews

REVIEW: The Emoji Movie (2017)

Resisting the temptation to write this review entirely in emojis because firstly, I’m not an idiot, and secondly, that is probably exactly what the makers of this film would want if their aggressive (and entirely terrible) marketing strategy was anything to go by! Emojis are…

News + Trailers

X-23 Takes The Spotlight In New Logan Trailer

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH3OxVFvTeg&w=560&h=315] We are just over a month away until we witness Hugh Jackman’s final outing as Wolverine, and the latest trailer puts the spotlight on Laura Kinney aka X-23.  This trailer treats us to a lot of new footage, including some of Laura giving…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: Green Room (2016)

Written by Patrick Alexander and Noah Jackson Somewhere between psychotic and iconic; somewhere between “I want it” and “I’ve got it”; somewhere between being sober and being lifted; somewhere between indie-punk-rock tour and withdrawn neo-Nazi grunge cults; that’s where you’ll find ‘Green Room’, red laces and all. The…

Film Reviews

REVIEW: X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014)

Honestly, I’m not a huge fan of the X-Men film franchise and I don’t know why. I love superheroes, both in comic-book and movie form, I love the idea of the X-Men in general, but somewhere along the line I just feel as though the…

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Stewart & McKellen Won’t Return For X-Men: Apocalypse

Legendary X-Men actor Patrick Stewart confirmed that it is unlikely he and co-star Sir Ian McKellen would return for the next X-Men film. Speaking to Larry King, Stewart said that the next sequel, X-Men: Apocalypse, would almost certainly not see an older Professor Xavier and…