Category Archives: Movie Review

La La Land – review

Everyone is in LA waiting for their big break Mia (Emma Stone) is a wannabe actress and Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) is a jazz crazy pianist, they both have their dreams but along the way they find each other. But is that enough to tide them

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – review

Teenager Jake (Asa Butterfield) is very upset when his grandfather (who he was very fond of) dies suddenly. Jake travels from Florida to an island off the coast of Wale to visit the childrens home where his grandad grew up. And this is where it

Passengers – review

5000 passengers are in suspended animation on a 120 year journey through deep space to start life on a new planet, but one unlucky guy (Chris Pratt) wakes up 90 years too soon. Alone and unable to call for help or work out how to

Too Late – review

A private detective in LA traces a girl who went missing in a local park asking for his help. Along the way he encounters strange families, strip clubs and other seedy venues in order to get to the truth. It is clear writer/director Dennis Hauck

Audrie And Daisy – review

A Netflix documentary taking a look at the rise in social media bullying and teenage rape, with focus on four specific case across the US all with shocking similarity. The Audrie of the title was sexually assaulted by two boys and then after a week

Masterminds – review

Based on the true story of one of the biggest bank robberies in American history. An idiot gets trickedby some other idiots into taking all the money from his employers armoured car company. While you would think that much of the movie is ridiculous exaggeration,

Jane Got A Gun – review

Jane has a troublesome husband who returns home wounded and with some bad guys heading their way. Rather than run, she recruits her ex-boyfriend to help her get some guns and defend the homestead Home Alone style. Jane Got A Gun might as well be

Most disappointing movies of 2016

A few of these movies are terrible, others I just wanted to be better. Lights OutThere might be a few decent jump scares and some good use of coloured light, but what Lights Out has to say about mental illness is pretty terrible. *Spoiler* Life will

Top 10 favourite movies of 2016

popbabbles list of the favourite movies released at the cinema (in the UK) throughout 2016. It was a difficult choice this year as there has been a few terrible movies (more on this later), a whole lot of movies that were okay and very few

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – review

A group of rebels must obtain the plans for the death star before Darth Vader and the Empire start using the super weapon to destroy planets. For a whole film to be based off the opening crawl and a few lines of dialogue in Star Wars