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Film review: 1917

Film review: 1917

During the First World War, in April 1917, two British soldiers journey across no-man’s land and into enemy territory on a desperate mission to save 16,000 allies from a German trap. Noticeably flagging in interest with his last film, the …read more

Film review: Jojo Rabbit

Film review: Jojo Rabbit

Hitler Youth Jojo Betzler (Roman Griffin Davis) aspires to become a proud soldier of the Third Reich, looking to his imaginary friend Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi) for inspiration and advice. However, when Jojo discovers that his mother Rosie (Scarlett Johansson) …read more

Film review: Cats

Film review: Cats

Abandoned cat Victoria (Francesca Hayward) is introduced to the ‘Jellicle’ tribe and the promise of new life upon ascension to the ‘Heaviside Layer’. One of the weird joys of film is when a production like Cats comes out. We get …read more

Film review: Jumanji: The Next Level

Film review: Jumanji: The Next Level

Now in college, Spencer Gilpin (Alex Wolff) is suffering the day-to-day anxieties of being a student, feeling lonely and helpless away from his friends. Desperate to escape, Spencer poorly rebuilds the Jumanji video game and gets trapped inside it, forcing …read more

Film review: Knives Out

Film review: Knives Out

When beloved author Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) kills himself, detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) soon discovers that a web of mystery surrounds the deceased author’s family. You will hear many critics claim that writer/director Rian Johnson has “turned the mystery …read more

Film review: Frozen II

Film review: Frozen II

Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf journey into an enchanted forest to find the source of a mysterious siren song only Elsa can hear. As the group ventures deeper into the unknown, dark secrets about Elsa and Anna’s lineage and the …read more

Film review: Last Christmas

Film review: Last Christmas

Down-on-her-luck Kate (Emilia Clarke) is lost, bitter and aimless after recovering from a serious operation the year prior. When she meets the charming and mysterious Tom (Henry Golding), however, she soon finds herself seeking redemption after his outlook on life …read more

Film review: Doctor Sleep

Film review: Doctor Sleep

Decades after the dark happenings at the Overlook Hotel, Dan Torrance remains traumatised and keen to drink away his fears and ability to shine. When a young girl, who shines brighter than himself, reaches out to him, our story unfolds… …read more

Film review: Terminator: Dark Fate

Film review: Terminator: Dark Fate

The machines that caught the imagination of the world in the 80s and 90s are back – they said they would be – from the future for another adventure in the present, so fasten your seatbelts. Terminator Dark Fate is …read more