Dunkirk – Review

Dunkirk is Christopher Nolan’s first foray into the war genre and like all of the director’s highly acclaimed films, his latest creation raises the bar to a new, almost impregnable height, in one of the most visually stunning and aurally intense cinematic experiences ever put to film. What is primarily evident in Dunkirk is its … More Dunkirk – Review

Han Solo Movie Undergoes Directorial Change

Last week the news broke that directing duo, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, had left the team creating Disney’s next standalone Star Wars movie, based on everyone’s favourite renegade smuggler, Han Solo. The pair left the project due to apparent ‘creative differences’ with producer and Lucasfilm president, Kathleen Kennedy and screenwriter, Lawrence Kasdan. The rumour-mill … More Han Solo Movie Undergoes Directorial Change

Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge – Review

Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (also known as the superior US title, Dead Men Tell No Tales) is the fifth instalment in Disney’s long-running Pirates franchise and it follows the same, tiring beats as the previous four films in the series, and the lack of innovation is seriously detrimental in this latest iteration. The … More Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge – Review

Logan – Review

Logan, set in 2029, is the latest in the ever-lengthening line of X-Men movies and what I’ve got to say right off the bat is that it is by far the best movie out of all of them!   The film follows an ageing and un-healing Logan aka Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), and Charles Xavier (Patrick … More Logan – Review