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Spider-Man: Far From Home Review

Breezy and light-hearted with some epic action pieces, it's a visual kaleidoscope that will send 'Peter Tingles' down your spine. Avengers: Endgame may seem like it has only just come and gone, closing out the infinity saga but Tom Holland’s Peter Parker aka Spider-man is back to tie up a few loose ends and mourn the passing of his mentor...

Charlie’s Angels 2019 trailer – Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott + Ella Balinska. Here’s your first look at the reboot

Charlie's Angels 2019 trailer has been unleashed and here's your first look at the reboot starring Sabina (Kristen Stewart), Elena (Naomi Scott), and Jane (Ella Balinska). Directed by the one and only Elizabeth Banks, Charlie's Angels is sure to become a smash hit upon release. Brace yourself for fight scenes, amazing outfits, weapons and wigs as the new Charlie's Angels...

Katherine Ryan’s stand-up special GLITTER ROOM launches on Netflix 1st July

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Comedian Katherine Ryan returns to Netflix with her second hilarious stand-up special: GLITTER ROOM and will launch globally on 1st July. Ryan brings her 2018 UK tour show Glitter Room to Netflix for an hour-long stand-up comedy special after an unprecedented four week run at London’s Garrick Theatre in the West End. Filmed in December 2018 in Los Angeles, it will launch on...

Yesterday Review

A foot-stomping joy that has a feel-good British film coursing through its veins. Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis are a dream filmmaking team, from Boyle, making the likes of Slumdog Millionaire and Trainspotting to Curtis’s Notting Hill and Love Actually (amongst many for both) the pair has great feel-good British film’s coursing through their veins. For their latest, the pair...

Toy Story 4 Review

Woody and co will make you heartily smile in the heartfelt and wholesome fourth outing. For years, the Toy Story franchise has been a much-loved saga for audiences young and old. You would be forgiven for being slightly apprehensive in the arrival of a fourth instalment after nine years of being off the grid. Was it really a good idea...

Sometimes Always Never Review

Uniquely quirky but a long hard slog that is as dull as dishwater Sometimes things are never what they appear to be you may have the best vocabulary in the world but it’s not always easy to communicate with the ones you call Family. In Carl Hunter’s feature film debut a cunning wordsmith articulates his loss of a son by...

Alexandra Shipp ‘Storm’ on X-Men: Dark Phoenix and wanting to team up with Halle Berry

To celebrate the release of the next instalment of the X-Men franchise, X-Men: Dark Phoenix on Wednesday the 5th of June, we spoke to Alexandra Shipp on what the film holds in store.Set in 1992, nearly ten years after ‘Apocalypse’ as the X-Men have become national heroes. Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) starts sending his X-Men on increasingly dangerous missions...

Black Mirror Season 5 trailers and new artwork – Miley Cyrus, Angourie Rice + more

Black Mirror season 5 artwork and trailers

Black Mirror Season 5 trailers and new artwork unleashed. Black Mirror Season 5 features three all-new stories from mastermind Charlie Brooker and executive producer Annabel Jones. “RACHEL, JACK AND ASHLEY, TOO” A lonely teenager yearns to connect with her favourite pop star - whose charmed existence isn’t quite as rosy it appears… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qIlCo9yqpY Cast: Miley Cyrus, Angourie Rice, Madison Davenport “SMITHEREENS” A cab driver with an agenda becomes...

Booksmart Review

Hilariously smart, audaciously original and expertly performed this is a top contender for comedy of the year. In Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, female friendship complexities and high school humour reign supreme. Clever dialogue and teenage angst run wild for one night only vowing to bring the party down with tremendous fever, marking this brilliantly genius filmmaking.Nerdy best friends Molly (Beanie...

Aladdin Review

Filmmaker Guy Ritchie embarks on a whole new world in Disney’s latest live action remake of a movie that is close to the hearts of a whole generation of film fans. Delivering a film that isn’t as wholly terrible as you might have expected thanks to the charismatic charm of its leading cast. Reimaging Ron Clements and John Musker’s...

Colette – The Costumes From Sketch to Screen

The period drama is always home to an abundance of glorious costumes, a staple prop, as it were, to set the scene and give the picture its authentic feel. In Keira Knightley’s latest, Colette, which is now available on DVD and digital download,  Knightley gets the chance to flaunt the flamboyant style of a cultural icon in France and...

Detective Pikachu Review

Pays service to the Pokémon fan base but it's Ryan Reynolds Pikachu that injects the fun. If you’ve been living under a rock for the past twenty odd years, the latest big screen incarnation of the Pokémon phenomenon could wash right over your head. Over the years a number of films and TV shows have tried to give life to...

5 Badass Female Characters in Film

There’s nothing more inspiring than seeing impressive female characters running the world on screen. In the upcoming comedy Long Shot, released on Friday, Charlize Theron stars as Charlotte Field, one of the most influential women in the world.  Smart, sophisticated, and accomplished, she’s a powerhouse diplomat with a talent for…well, mostly everything.To celebrate the release of Long Shot and...

Reasons Why You Have To See Avengers: Endgame in 4DX

We all know that the biggest film of the year (decade?) is out, we’re all losing our minds over it and we probably won’t stop talking about it for a long, long time.With multiple cinematic options available, why wouldn’t you want to experience Avengers: Endgame in the most exciting format available – 4DX.So, why exactly should we head to...

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile Review

If it wasn't for Zac Efron embodying every inch of Ted Bundy's charismatic persona with a stunningly mesmerizing performance we'd be left with a forgettable affair. Better known for his documentary work on Irish gangster Whitey Bulger and the West Memphis Three, Joe Berlinger takes a stab at turning another true crime story into Hollywood movie fodder. Having worked on...

Avengers: Endgame Review

Epic and spectacular, an emotional rollercoaster that none of us will ever forget. For the past 11 years, Marvel’s Avengers characters of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and so many more have dominated the box office worldwide as well as opening up a pathway for a jubilant fandom igniting an...

Greta Review

Trashy, predictable and lifeless, there just aren’t any thrills to be had with this thriller, although Isabelle Huppert makes for one special psycho. In Neil Jordan’s latest, confusion reigns supreme, mostly from the fact this 90’s style thriller doesn’t quite know which route it really wants to take. On the one hand, Jordan seems to want to recreate the glory...

Dragged Across Concrete Review

A smouldering slow burn which drags and fizzles out without an explosive ending. Filmmaker S. Craig Zahler isn’t one to shy away from gratuitous violence; in 2015’s Bone Tomahawk you needed a hell of a strong stomach. He followed that up with Vince Vaughn in Brawl in Cell Block 99 in 2017 and he gave us much of the same...

Little Review

Fundamentally flawed but it has some wicked one-liners that cut close to the PC bone leading to an ultimately timely message. For anyone thinking isn’t this just Tom Hank’s Big but in reverse, gender-swapped and spruced up for a contemporary feel, you wouldn’t be far wrong. At the tender age of just 13, the film’s star Marsai Martin is the...

Wild Rose Review

Drenched in realism, unconventional turns and a wee belter in its leading lady, Jessie Buckley. Just rip the lyrics out of the heart of this film and you’d be on to a country winner. Is it a path worth taking? That country road to stardom, to live out your dreams with no regard to the life you’ve reluctantly been lumbered...

Missing Link – Buddies in Film

Everything seems to be just a little bit better when you’ve got your best friend by your side. To celebrate the upcoming release of Missing Link, released on 5th April, we’re taking a look at our favourite best friends in film.Mr. Link and Sir Lionel Frost – Missing LinkMissing Link follows Sir Lionel Frost (Hugh Jackman), a myths...

Pet Semetary Review

A creepy 21st-century remake. A resurrected classic that turns out to be a comedy of grisly errors. Stephen King has certainly been the godfather of horror for many years, and in recent years his novels have been getting the much-revered cinema treatment as audiences thirst for a revival in decent horror pictures. Now 30 years after Pet Semetary was made for...

Shazam Review

A popcorn frenzy, it has bundles of fun, entertainment and charm, it’s a welcome way forward if you are suffering from Superhero fatigue. Warner Bros. DCEU has taken a battering over the last few years, never quite living up to the hype of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, it’s struggled to hit the right cord that goes head to head...

Top 3 Films to Watch on a Date with Your Significant Other

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Going to movies is a classic way to spend a perfect date. You just relax, grab some popcorn, and maybe move to the back row for more intimacy. But going to the movies is not the only option you can have. You could spend a perfect date while preparing a delicious meal together and watching some movies. But this could...

Venom 2 on the hunt for a new director

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Like every year for the last decade, 2018 provided us with many superhero movies, including Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, Aquaman, Deadpool 2, and even Incredibles 2. However, the movie that got most tongues wagging (and not always for good reasons) was the what-did-I-actually-just-watch Venom. Largely slated by critics but somehow absolutely loved by audiences (it is currently at a...

Dumbo Review

Bringing it up to date for today’s audiences has left this feeling flat; the magic has left the circus. If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it! These wise words couldn’t have been any truer for Tim Burton’s live-action reboot of the 1941 Disney classic. The latest in a trend of classic remakes leaves it’s heart at the door in favour...

At Eternity’s Gate Review

Dafoe is mesmerising as Van Gogh; Schnabel delivers some masterful strokes the emptiness can become quite deafening. Vincent Van Gogh, an eccentric, bold and sensitive human being is the perfect subject for any film interpretation of his life. That’s why in the space of two years we’ve had not one but two films circling the twilight years of the artist....

Diana Ross: Her Life, Love and Legacy – Top Hits

An all-around superstar and legendary singer Diana Ross began her career with Motown Records as part of The Supremes, at the young age of 15. The Supremes went on to become one of the most successful US female bands, claiming 12 number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100.After leaving the band in 1970 to go solo Diana’s success...

Us Review

Freakishly fun but ultimately clunky and frightening, Lupita Nyong'o is a complete a badass. After the stand-out success of Get Out, audiences have been waiting with bated breath to experience what else lies in Jordan Peele’s arsenal and his latest Us proves the actor turned director was not a one-hit wonder. A thinking person’s horror that doesn’t flow as smoothly...

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood – Di Caprio, Pitt & Robbie trailer out now

Once Upon a Time In Hollywood trailer

The trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood is OUT NOW and is coming to UK cinemas on August 14th 2019. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood is the latest Character Comedy/Drama Written and Directed By Quentin Tarantinohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCLMAh8e-hA&feature=youtu.beOnce Upon a Time… In Hollywood visits 1969 Los Angeles, where everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton...