Thor: Ragnarok – Two conflicting viewpoints

The latest instalment of Marvel’s cinematic franchise is upon us with Thor: Ragnarok. Since the film has been receiving a mixed reaction, Jessie and Alex have decided to debate their two conflicting viewpoints in a different style of review than usual. Story  Jessie: I felt the story could’ve been much better if it had dropped the … Continue reading Thor: Ragnarok – Two conflicting viewpoints

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Gosling stands out in spectacular ‘Blade Runner 2049’

It’s unprecedented the pressure that director Denis Villeneuve must have felt making a sequel to the beloved and critically acclaimed Blade Runner. How do you better a film that many consider perfect, while also building on its thirty-five legacy and reputation? Blade Runner 2049, however, is well worth the long wait. To say too much about … Continue reading Gosling stands out in spectacular ‘Blade Runner 2049’

Review: The Fate Of The Furious

Exploding street-racers in Cuba? One hundred car pileup in New York? Dodge Charger versus a nuclear Russian Submarine? You guessed it. The Fast & Furious franchise is back to blow you away in one last ride. As we’ve come to expect, the usual suspects of Vin Diesel as Dominic Toretto, Dwayne Johnson as Hobbs, and … Continue reading Review: The Fate Of The Furious

Kong Packs a Punch in his latest outing

From the depths of Hollywood’s history, the mighty Kong is back, and this time, with cinemas latest technology under his feet, he’s packing even more of a punch. As the title would make you expect, Kong: Skull island is set in within Warner Bros. continually expanding "Monsterverse", but takes on a new tale surrounding the … Continue reading Kong Packs a Punch in his latest outing

Wolverine proves casting makes a film in final outing

From the franchise that kick-started the genre of superhero blockbusters as we know them today, and proved to us the importance of great casting, comes a film, not about saving the world. No giant sky beams caused by aliens, looking for macguffins or damsels in destress, but the story of a man. A lone wolf, … Continue reading Wolverine proves casting makes a film in final outing

Sing proves popular and has The X Factor

Following the success of last year’s animal-loving films like Zootropolis, Finding Dory, and Secret Life Of Pets, Illumination Entertainment bring us another great film that will have everyone Sing-ing along.As was made clear by the trailers and marketing in the build up to the film, Sing follows multiple characters on their way to competing in … Continue reading Sing proves popular and has The X Factor

Split will be remembered throughout the year

As 2017 starts moving up into higher gears, it starts bringing out it’s more serious cinematic guns. The latest instalment of M. Night Shyamalan’s mind bending and original films, Split is going to be a film that despite coming out so early in the year, will certainly be one we will remember by the end, … Continue reading Split will be remembered throughout the year