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The French Dispatch Review

The French Dispatch

Isle of Dogs filmmaker Wes Anderson returns with another over stylised quirky offering with an A-list cast for his latest. An ode to print magazines, The French Dispatch is full of vibrant and clever compositions but it doesn’t make up for the fact the comedy and coherency of his story are woefully lacking.What some may call visionary, others will...

Dune Review

Dune review

Let’s all face it, if you didn’t know Denis Villeneuve’s version of Dune was about to be released, you must have been living under a rock. The over-hyped reboot of David Lynch’s 1984 catastrophe gathers the stars of today to revive the desert story. Thanks to the use of modern technology and cinematographer Greig Fraser’s eye for the spectacular views...

Hilarious First Trailer lands for Reggie Yates ‘Pirates’

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Picturehouse Entertainment has debuted the first trailer for Reggie Yates ol' Skool nostalgia trip 'Pirates.' The film follows three best mates, Cappo (Elliot Edusah), Two Tonne (Jordan Peters) and Kidda (Reda Elazouar), trying to break into the music scene through Pirate radio. The film follows the boys as they drive through London in their tiny Peugeot pumping a live garage...

No Time To Die Review

No Time To Die

After a couple of false starts due to some kind of pandemic, Daniel Craig’s final outing as the seminal James Bond in No Time To Die is finally upon us, and boy what a way to go out. Taking on Phoebe Waller-Bridge as one of the writers alongside Neal Purvis and Robert Wade for the Craig series has had a...

The Many Saints of Newark Review

The Many Saints of Newark

After 14 years since the final episode aired of the iconic mobster series The Sopranos aired, series creator David Chase delves back into the world of dodgy dealings, murder and family betrayal once again with the prequel feature. It’s a prequel that not only veers into pointless territories but treats its audience with contempt by feeling the need to spell...

The Matrix Resurrections in cinemas December 22nd – Watch the awesome trailer

The wait is finally over and Matrix fans can rejoice in the fact that The Matrix Resurrections is coming to a cinema screen near you on December 22nd. This is the long-awaited fourth film in the groundbreaking franchise that redefined a genre, from visionary filmmaker Lana Wachowski.The new film reunites original stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in the iconic...

‘The Cleaner’ – What to Expect from the New Greg Davies Comedy

The Cleaner Greg Davies Comedy

‘Taskmaster’ host, Greg Davies once again returns to the BBC with his latest series ‘The Cleaner’ this week in the role of a crime scene cleaner who not only has an obsession for cleanliness but is also quite fond of a pint.PlotConsisting of 6 episodes the series follows Wicky (Greg Davies), a crime scene cleaner. After CSI has finished,...

LOOK: Teaser trailer for RED NOTICE starring Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot & Ryan Reynolds

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The FBI’s top profiler. The world’s most wanted art thief. And the greatest conman the world has never seen. Watch the teaser trailer for RED NOTICE coming to Netflix on 12th November 2021. Red Notice is a stylish globe-trotting game of cat-and-mouse (and cat).When an Interpol-issued Red Notice — the highest level warrant to hunt and capture the world’s most...

Candyman Review

Candyman 2021

Bernard Rose’s 1992 adaptation of Clive Barker’s novella gave birth to a frightening legend amongst a whole generation that preys on our fears to this very day. Nia DaCosta’s follow-up to that film injects the legend firmly in this telling with fantastical cinematography, sturdy links to the 1992 version, social commentary and a touch of tongue in cheek comedy,...

People Just Do Nothing: Big in Japan Review

People Just Do Nothing Big In Japan

What works on the small screen doesn’t necessarily mean it world work on the big; none so trying words can be spoken about the BBC’s mockumentary People Just Do Nothing and their brief dalliance with fame in Japan that jeopardises not just friendships but its cult-like status.Having gone off the air back in 2018 the Kurupt FM crew consisting...

Minamata Review

Minamata Johnny Depp

Filmmaker Andrew Levitas delves into the perils and righteous fight of famed photojournalist W. Eugene Smith with a furiously calming depiction of a fascinating and compelling narrative. It’s a drama that highlights the evils of big corporate companies polluting innocent towns and their residents and their lack of scruples when big money is respected more than the lives of...

Free Guy Review

Free Guy

If you are familiar with Jim Carrey’s The Truman Show, then you already know the vibe Night at the Museum franchise director Shawn Levy is trying to portray with Free Guy. A film that stars the lovable Ryan Reynolds as an NPC (non-playable character to those not familiar with the gaming world) with all the humour you would expect...

Coda Review

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Writer/director Sian Heder’s Sundance award-winning film gives a voice to the hearing impaired in this charmingly quaint movie of one girl's plight of juggling life with her deaf family and the desire to spread her wings and fly the nest.Emilia Jones takes on the role of 17-year-old Ruby, a teenager with the weight of the world on her shoulders....

Stillwater Review

Stillwater

10 years in the making, Spotlight filmmaker Tom McCarthy finally give life to the Matt Damon led drama Stillwater. Loosely based and inspired by the Amanda Knox case, the young American woman who was acquitted having spent four years in an Italian prison after the murder in 2007 of her roommate. The film takes on the perspective of her...

Jungle Cruise Review

Jungle Cruise

The man-mountain that is Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt team up for this whimsical adventure based on a Disneyland theme park ride. Instead of hitting those racing rapids with excitement, you’re left feeling a little jaded and just a bit damp when the thrills never quite emerge.Set in the early 1900s, the story follows Blunt’s upper-class Lily Houghton, a...

3 Reasons Why You Should Watch ’Free Guy’ in cinema

Sci-Fi fans stand up! Ryan Reynolds fans too… This all-new comedy action sci-fi movie is set to release in cinemas on 13th August 2021 (US & UK). Also to be released with 3D experience. In Free Guy, a story unfolds of a bank teller called Guy living in Free City that discovers that he is inside of an open-world video...

Space Jam: A New Legacy Review

Space Jam A New Legacy

25 years after the original Space Jam garnered a generation of fans with Basketball legend Michael Jordan and his antics with the classic loony tunes comes its follow-up. Hoping to provide that same sense of joy, relay the importance of teamwork and a message to parents to let your kids be whoever they want to be – whilst these are...

3 Reasons Why You Watch The ‘Fear Street’ Trilogy

FEAR STREET PART 1: 1994 - (L-R) KIANA MADEIRA as DEENA, FRED HECHINGER as SIMON, BENJAMIN FLORES JR. as JOSH, JULIA REHWALD as KATE, and OLIVIA WELCH as SAM. Cr: Netflix © 2021video

Fear Street is a new three-part bloody teen slaying horror series, recently released on Netflix by Leigh Janiak (based on R.L. Stine’s Fear Street book series). The three-part movie series perfectly combines elements of different genres together, such as drama, mystery and horror. Which makes the ‘Killer Trilogy’ a really good watch, whether you are watching alone or with friends....

Black Widow Review

Black Widow

Having first appeared in Iron Man 2 back in 2010 it’s taken 11 years (with a pandemic delay) for Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow to finally get her own standalone film. The spotlight should firmly be on her, or so you would have thought, but for all its acrobatic female kick-ass baddery poor old Natasha Romanoff has to share that limelight...

The Tomorrow War Review

The Tomorrow War review

The Lego Movie filmmaker Chris McKay teams up with Chris Pratt on his latest generic sci-fi time travel, alien assassination actioneer that puts the fate of the world into the hands of a doting father. A two-headed popcorn filler that is part sentimental family fodder, part save humanity from the evil ancient aliens, it won’t be winning any awards...

Watch the trailer of Marvel Studios – Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings

Watch the thrilling, brand-new trailer for Marvel Studios’ “Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings,” featuring Shang-Chi (Simu Liu), a young Super Hero whose journey of self-discovery unfolds in this never-before-seen origin story.Destin Daniel Cretton, the film’s director and one of the writers, is excited to bring Shang-Chi’s story to the big screen. “Shang-Chi’s main problem in his life...

Fast and Furious 9 Review

Fast and Furioys 9

Here we are, on the 20th anniversary of the release of the very first in the Fast and Furious franchise comes the ninth instalment. It’s given us some dreadful lows and some exceptional highs, with one thing that leaves no doubt, is the phenomenal stunts in its car chase sequences are something to behold. The question is can a...

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Review

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Review

Selma Hayek, Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson return for more ludicrous, outlandish and foul-mouthed japery in the sequel to the 2017 action-comedy The Hitman’s Bodyguard. Big on popcorn fodder but lacking in as many laughs as its predecessor, this explosive generic picture at least gives us an hour and ’40 minutes to switch off from the world and lose...

A Quiet Place 2 Review

It’s been a long time coming, in fact, it’s just over a year since John Krasinski’s horror baby and sequel to the critical and audience acclaimed A Quiet Place was originally due to hit the big screen. To say it was worth the wait would be an understatement, who says we need Christopher Nolan and his twisty turny theatrics to...

Watch: Marvel – Eternals trailer starring Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Kit Harrington + more

Marvel - Eternals comes to cinemas this November and it stars Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Kit Harrington and more. Marvel Studios’ “Eternals” welcomes an exciting new team of Super-Heroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The epic story, spanning thousands of years, features a group of immortal heroes forced out of the shadows to reunite against mankind’s oldest enemy, The Deviants.The...

Rare Beasts Review

Rare Beasts

When you hear about Billie Piper’s Rare Beasts, you’ll also hear the term anti-rom-com banded about not far behind. Whilst this is, in fact, correct you’re also in for an incoherent storyline filled with neurotic women and despicable, wholly unlikeable male characters. Made for the Gen Z generation of timely conversation with a typically pretentious narrative, there are momentary...

Who are the Women in Fast & Furious 9?

Fast & Furious 9 will be unleashed in UK cinemas on the 8th July 2021 starring Vin Diesel, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges & John Cena... But who are the women in Fast & Furious 9? F9 is the ninth chapter in the Fast & Furious Saga, which has endured for two decades and has an all-star cast of women...

Black Widow – Trailer, images and posters!

Marvel Studios' "Black Widow" will be released in cinemas and on Disney+ with premier access on 9th July 2021. "At some point, we all have to choose between what the world wants you to be and who you are.” Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with...

Without Remorse Review

Without Remorse

Sicario 2 director Stefano Sollima teams up with Michael B. Jordan for the latest in franchise fodder inspired by Tom Clancy’s 1993 bestseller. It’s another generic auctioneer that’s oozing a rush job, filled with high levels of testosterone and machismo, questionable authenticity and eye-rolling predictability.Jordan takes on the role of Navy Seal John Clark, highly skilled and able to...

Have you seen the trailer for ‘The Forever Purge’ yet? In cinemas 16th July 2021

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For all you Purge loving fans out there, this summer, there are no more rules as a sect of lawless marauders decides that the annual Purge does not end at daybreak and instead should go on and on in The Forever Purge - In cinemas 16th July 2021 Vaulting from the record-shattering success of 2018’s The First Purge, Blumhouse’s infamous...