Category Archives: Movie Review

The Lego Ninjago Movie – review

The third feature length Lego movie and the first to be based on an established range of Lego. The Ninjago Lego movie follows the leader of the Ninjago ninja force , the green ninja (Dave Franco) whose father happens to be the big bad guy

Kingsman: The Golden Circle – review

The sequel to the surprise hit of 2014, Kingsman was the chav turned spy movie.  (There were a lot of spy movies that year).The second time round the Kingsman spy agency is in big trouble, the villain has blown everyone up leaving just Eggsy (in

Battle Of The Sexes – review

Set during 1973 Battle Of The Sexes follows Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) on the womens pro tennis circuit and retired tennis champion Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell). She is trying to prove that women deserve equal pay and he is a bored retiree with a

Pitch Perfect 3 – review

The third instalment of the Pitch Perfect franchise finds the girls having left college and struggling with grown up life stuff so when an excuse to get the team back together to perform for US troops abroad and maybe win a recording contract they all

The Disaster Artist – review

James Franco plays Tommy Wiseau, the writer, director, producer and star of The Room, the now notorious and cult movie from 2003. Francos brother Dave Franco co stars as Tommys friend Greg who is also a lead actor in The Room. The Disaster Artist follows

Justice League – review

Just like Marvels The Avengers, Justice League unites all the DC superheroes because there is a villain so big, so bad that the likes of Wonder Woman and Batman just can’t stop them on their own. So the DC universe is a long and winding

Logan Lucky – review

Down on his luck and perhaps fulfilling the family curse, Jimmy Logan together with his brother and sister hatch a plan to rob the speedway when the NASCAR is in town. On paper and in trailer Logan Lucky sounds like an absolute winner. Like Oceans

Cars 3 – review

Lightning McQueen is still racing but as an old favourite in the racing circuit he is starting to feel justifiably threatened by the newer, faster more technologically advanced cars starting to overtake him. So he must turn to some old friends and make a few

Gerald’s Game – review

Based on the Stephen King novel, a wife is left alone and handcuffed to a bed, with no means of escape or rescue as her husband has just had a heart attack and died right in front of her. This is the third Stephen King

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets – review

Super successful space soldier Valerian (Dane Dehaan) and his equally as talented partner Laureline (Cara Delevingne) solve space problems and stop crime, this time it involves aliens in trouble and aliens trying to kill people, well, there is probably some sort of story at work