★★★ |Fahrenheit 11/9 There’s a lot to take away from Michael Moore’s brand new documentary Fahrenheit 11/9 from the Flint Water Crisis, school gun violence the rise of Trump and […]
Marvel studio’s biggest female hero makes her debut having to battle some shape-shifting aliens setting up the truly massive Avengers Endgame next month.
Green Book is a good study in race relations in America at that time when JFK was President and Marilyn Monroe was the star of the moment.
A young handsome man from Essex travels to the Big Smoke and encounters unusual situations in the new film Postcards from London.
★★★☆☆ | SKYSCRAPER The world’s highest paid movie actor in history Dwayne Johnson in a Diehard type update in the world highest building makes sense right? Twice the height of […]
★★★ | Ideal Home Not quite the best name for a film about a gay couple who get stuck with raising a boy, ‘Ideal Home’ has its moments but they’re far […]
The second standalone film loosely around the edges of the ongoing 8-movie main space saga. This time we get Han Solo’s origin story, how he met Chewbacca and got his hands on that famous spaceship.
RAMPAGE – An outer space Scientific accident and the world is faced by giant marauding animals and the only thing that can save mankind is 6.6″ of man-muscle in the […]
THE JUSTICE LEAGUE – The biggest superheroes in the DC Universe come together Avengers Assemble style as earth is under a massive alien threat yet again and the Marvel lads […]
★★★ | Call Me By Your Name There is a gay-themed film that has just been released that is getting rave and five-star reviews. And while it is very good, […]
★★★ | Double Date Two men get tricked by two very attractive women and it’s a ‘Double Date’ from hell! Jim (Danny Morgan) and Alex (Michael Socha) are typical 20-something men. […]