Category: Movie Reviews

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Ad Astra

An atmospheric, melancholy and thought-provoking sci-fi from director James Gray which centres on the fraught interstellar journey of Brad Pitt’s astronaut, Roy McBride. Pitt’s character is tasked with venturing into deep space in order...

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Crawl

As a ferocious hurricane hits and flood waters rise, a daughter and her father get penned in the crawl space of their family home by hungry alligators. It’s a simple premise and one which...

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Happy Death Day 2 U

Both this and the original Happy Death Day are really enjoyable movies that are far more fun that you might expect. Both are a great combination of slasher horror, sci-fi time shenanigans and college...

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Diego Maradona

A fascinating look at the meteoric rise and fall of one of the greatest to ever play the game. The drama of Diego’s time at Napoli is laid bare with some astonishing video footage...

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Little Women

My only real knowledge of Little Women prior to seeing Greta Gerwig’s movie came entirely from that bit in Friends where Joey puts the book in the freezer. I’d not read the book or...

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Manchester by the Sea : Review

Kenneth Lonergan’s powerful drama has been receiving plenty of critical plaudits since its release and it’s easy to see why it’s proving so popular. It’s a bruising, haunting and incredibly affecting movie that hits...

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La La Land : Review

La La Land was a hugely entertaining, vibrant, heartfelt and emotive ode to falling in love and chasing your dreams. It’s set against the backdrop of modern day Hollywood, all while providing a loving...

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Sully : Review

Sully is a solid if unremarkable biographical drama from Clint Eastwood that retells one of the most compelling real-life dramas of recent times. Far from being the director’s best work, it is nonetheless an...

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Silence : Review

As a huge Scorsese fan, I greet every new film he puts out with a great deal of expectation. The trailers and press for Silence made it clear that we were dealing with fairly...

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Rogue One : Review

WARNING SPOILERS AHOY!!!!! There was a huge amount of pressure on director Gareth Edwards with the release of Rogue One. Not only is there the usual weight of expectation linked to any outing in...