Review – Super 8

In 2011 it’s very hard to keep a secret in the movie making business, often the day a studio announces it’s making a movie, the script has already been leaked onto the internet… Continue reading

Review – X-Men: First Class

The reboot has become Hollywood’s favourite safety net, filmmakers must attack new projects with the mantra in their head, ‘if we stuff this up, we can just reboot a few years later.’ The… Continue reading

Review – The Hangover Part 2

For any movie to pull off a successful sequel is a mean feat but making a comedy sequel is a tough ask and is a road littered with epic failures and direct to… Continue reading

Review – Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

When the original Pirates of the Caribbean attraction opened at Disneyland in the 60’s it was a simple boat ride with singing robot pirates. Over the years the attraction has received several facelifts… Continue reading

Review – Water for Elephants

Everyone has been to a circus at some point in their lives; I’m talking about a real traditional circus with clowns and exotic animals not the fancy pants Cirque De Sole, the kind… Continue reading

Review – Your Highness

The 80’s produced some of the best fantasy flicks that are still adored by fans today; highlights include ‘Ladyhawke’, ‘The Labyrinth’ & the mother of all 80’s fantasy flicks ‘The Princess Bride’. When… Continue reading

Review – Thor

If there was a Nobel Peace Prize for excellence in comic book film making it would have to go to the team at Marvel Studios. I never thought I would live to see… Continue reading

Review – Arthur

A new age of comedy filmmaking has begun, welcome to the age of Russell Brand comedies. Russell Brand is the new Adam Sandler, for years Sandler has churned out movies where he plays… Continue reading

Review – Fast 5

Action films don’t get a lot of credit, I get tired of hearing people say, ‘check your brain at the door’ when I go to see a film where a car may crash… Continue reading

Review – Paul

Remember those crazy neighbourhood games you’d play as a kid? Good times. It seems Simon Pegg and Nick Frost missed out on playing those games as kids and decided to make a living… Continue reading

Review – Scream 4

No genre knows how to stretch a franchise like horror does. We’ve all had to endure a film series that starts strong but descends into utter chaos all in the name of making… Continue reading

Review – Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules

Kids in 2011 grow up way too fast. My jaw has spent too much time on the floor listening to kids who haven’t hit double digits give a detailed explanation of the human… Continue reading

Review – Sucker Punch

Every director has a personal ‘pet project’ they want to make but the only way they can ever make that film is to give a film studio a MAJOR hit. A film like… Continue reading

Review – Rio

The team behind the ‘Ice Age’ series have a few feathers in their cap after managing to give the juggernauts at Pixar a run for their money. The team are gunning for another… Continue reading

Review – Hop

Christmas movies come out every year with clockwork timing and precision to capitalise on the one time of year when we let our guard down and spend money on gifts and crappy Christmas… Continue reading