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Film review: Godzilla vs. Kong

Film review: Godzilla vs. Kong

Picking up five years after the events of Godzilla: King Monsters, the latest entry in the ‘monsterverse’ finally unites two of movie’s biggest creatures and promises to deliver a fight for the ages. Director Adam Wingard (You’re Next, The Guest) …read more

Documentary review: This is a Robbery

Documentary review: This is a Robbery

An unsolved $200 Million heist from a sleepy museum tucked away in Boston. Surely the perfect candidate for documentary dissection, so can Netflix help unravel the mystery? The story begins with a pair of drunken revellers, sampling the beginnings of …read more

Documentary review: Coded Bias

Documentary review: Coded Bias

As machine learning becomes a common part of our developing technologies, is the student becoming the master? Netflix takes a deep dive into the world of Joy Buolamwini, founder of the Algorithmic Justice League and based out of M.I.T. She …read more

Film review: Moxie

Film review: Moxie

‘Force of character, determination or nerve’ is the dictionary description but does the movie live up to its title as it tackles a new generation’s frustration with outdated patriarchal behaviour? Directed by Amy Poehler, this fresh look at teen high …read more

Film review: One Night in Miami

Film review: One Night in Miami

Based on the play of the same name by Kemp Powers (who also has screenwriter credit here) ‘One Night in Miami…’ is the fictional account of an actual meeting between four black icons, Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jnr), Cassius Clay …read more

Film review: Zach Snyder’s Justice League

Film review: Zach Snyder’s Justice League

Released on the back of a passionate social media campaign #releasethesyndercut, this four hour version of Justice League is something of an intriguing premise. After having to leave the original film due to a family tragedy Zach Synder was unable …read more

Film review: News of the World

Film review: News of the World

Depending on your outlook, News of the World not being a dramatic reinterpretation of the story behind Britain’s most infamous tabloid newspaper may come as a disappointment. Instead this is an adaption of the 2016 novel of the same name …read more

Film review: Malcom and Marie

Film review: Malcom and Marie

Produced and shot over lockdown, this is the first project from writer/director Sam Levinson since the release of his acclaimed HBO series ‘Euphoria’ and sees him once again team up with rising star Zendaya, who appears here alongside John David …read more

Film review: Space Sweepers

Film review: Space Sweepers

Leave Earth’s orbit for an action-packed adventure, featuring the deep space politics of the future and the daily struggles of the little people taking out the trash. This Korean big budget sci-fi goes toe to toe with Marvel with ease. …read more

Film review: The Midnight Sky

Film review: The Midnight Sky

Directed by George Clooney and based on the novel ‘Good Morning, Midnight’ by Lily Brooks Dalton, The Midnight Sky tells the story of Earth on the brink of an unexplained environmental disaster. The last hope for humanity rests with a …read more