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Film review: It Chapter 2

Film review: It Chapter 2

27 years after The Losers Club first defeated ‘It’, the murderous entity Pennywise the Clown returns to terrorise Derry, Maine once again. Now adults, most of the gang have left the town except for Mike (Isaiah Mustafa), the only one …read more

Film review: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Film review: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood highlights the highs and lows of Hollywood life in 1969, an end of an era for both Hollywood and the hippy dream. It chronicles these events through three characters whose stories are entwined in …read more

Film review: Angel Has Fallen

Film review: Angel Has Fallen

In the third instalment of the Has Fallen film series (is that what we’re calling it?), Gerard Butler’s Secret Service agent Mike Banning is framed for attempting to assassinate President Trumbull (Morgan Freeman) on behalf of Russia. While on the …read more

Film review: Pain and Glory

Film review: Pain and Glory

After a long time away from his craft, film director Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas) has been suffering both physically and mentally, with nothing but time to reflect on his past. When one of his classics is selected for a restoration …read more

Film review: Good Boys

Film review: Good Boys

Max (Jacob Tremblay), Lucas (Keith L. Williams), and Thor (Brady Noon–not the God of Thunder) are three best friends who have been invited to their first ‘kissing party’. Totally clueless on how to kiss a girl, the trio decide to …read more

Film review: The Angry Birds Movie 2

Film review: The Angry Birds Movie 2

After saving his island from the egg-eating Pigs in the first movie, former outcast Red (Jason Sudeikis) now enjoys being the local hero. But when the Pigs call truce, Red worries he will again fade into obscurity without an enemy …read more

Film review: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

Film review: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

When super-human anarchist Brixton Lore (Idris Elba) threatens global bio-warfare, former ADSS agent Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson) and former criminal Deckard Shaw (Jason Statham) must put aside their rivalry and work together, not only to prevent global disaster, but also …read more

Film review: Jaws (re-release)

Film review: Jaws (re-release)

“We’re gonna need a bigger cinema!” …is the likely response that theatre owners had upon the release of Stephen Spielberg’s Jaws in 1975, widely credited as being the first summer blockbuster, Jaws has become something of a template for big …read more

Film review: Midsommar

Film review: Midsommar

Widely regarded as one of the best horror films of recent years Hereditary marked Ari Aster’s arrival onto cinema screens with a bang last year, it’s fair to say then that his folk horror follow up Midsommar is one of …read more

Film review: Spider-Man: Far From Home

Film review: Spider-Man: Far From Home

In the wake of Avengers: Endgame, all Peter Parker (Tom Holland) wants is to take a super-villain-free trip to Europe where he can finally tell MJ (Zendaya) how he feels about her. But when the destructive ‘Elementals’ begin wreaking havoc, …read more