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Film review: The Gray Man

Film review: The Gray Man

The Gray Man marks the start of a new Netflix franchise based upon Mark Greaney’s novels of the same name. The film focuses on CIA agents Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling) and Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas), who are on the …read more

Film review: Thor: Love and Thunder

Film review: Thor: Love and Thunder

Played by the unmistakable Chris Hemsworth, Thor is one of the most cherished characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a personal favourite of mine. It came as a big relief when the character was ‘reborn’ under the stewardship of …read more

Film review: The Bubble

Film review: The Bubble

If anyone can get away with jokes about the pandemic it is Judd Apatow, the mind behind Superbad. Set in a mid-pandemic production ‘bubble’, the cast set about shooting one of the few movies still with permission to continue. Cliff …read more

Film review: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Film review: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

It’s a dangerous game (pun intended) turning a video game into a movie. We have seen recently the long awaited release of the Uncharted film which has launched to a tepid response. A series that has such a cult following …read more

Film review: Don’t Look Up

Film review: Don’t Look Up

Star-studded climate warning/black comedy Don’t Look Up, has been sitting in everyone’s Netflix ‘most watched’ for a few weeks now but has met with some divisive opinions. With what could be an important message, but attempting to temper it with …read more

Film review: Scream (2022)

Film review: Scream (2022)

A nostalgic trip for fans of the Scream franchise, while keeping things fresh with the new cast. Scream (2022) picks up 11 years after the events of Scream 4… a new killer in Woodsboro has stepped into the Ghostface costume, …read more

Film review: Matrix Resurrections

Film review: Matrix Resurrections

After two decades and three films, it’s finally time to jack back into the Matrix. However, after so long between sequels, will it live up to the hype… or is it time to press ‘control+alt+delete’ on the franchise? The original …read more

Film review: Disney’s Encanto

Film review: Disney’s Encanto

The latest in a successful return to form for the studio, Disney’s 60th animated feature, Encanto, has everything you’d want from a family movie this festive season. Heart, humour and spectacle… these are the three ingredients needed to make a …read more

Film review: Spider-Man: No Way Home

Film review: Spider-Man: No Way Home

With the film managing to shatter all critical and fan expectations (and possibly box office records) Spider-Man: No Way Home, the 27th entry to the MCU, is here. However, with some more recent entries receiving less favourable reviews than the …read more

Film review: Eternals

Film review: Eternals

In the MCU juggernaut’s latest entry, we’re introduced to the Eternals. The space-faring alien superheroes are quite possibly the most fantastical entries to the MCU, overpowering the majority of existing entries with their God-like powers. But being so distanced to …read more