Oh, hi reader. In the early 2000’s one movie grabbed cult film lovers, that movie would go on to play midnight showings over a decade after its release, that movie - The Room. The mysterious Tommy Wiseau, wrote, produced, directed and starred in the best worst movie ever made.
I was originally unfamiliar with the story of Billie Jean King and I'm never fully wowed by sport biopics but Emma Stone and Steve Carell are two actors that I'll watch in anything.
Suburbicon is a pitch black comedy written by the Coen brothers, directed by George Clooney and starring Matt Damon, talk about star power, eh?
JUSTICE LEAGUE IS HERE BABY. Since 2013, when Batman v. Superman was announced the world has been anticipating this movie, the cumulation of the DCEU and the first time we’ve seen Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash on the big screen. Well, it’s finally here! Let’s get started...
The first festive movie of the season is here!!! Bad Mom's was the most surprising comedy of last year and one of my favourites and it made waves at the box office - so, as Hollywood goes; it got a sequel!
Based on the Agatha Christie novel of the same name, director Kenneth Branagh brings the tale to the 21st century using an all star cast to get people finally interested in Poirot again.
Four years ago, the world never would of guessed that a Thor movie would be not only the funniest Marvel movie - but also the best reviewed Marvel movie of all time. Now, this all down to one man's vision - Taika Waititi.
mother! is the latest movie from auteur director Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, Pi, Requiem for a Dream) - the story follows a married couple (Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem) and the strange events that follow once an unusual couple are invited into their home. What happens next is one of most intriguing, strange and tense pieces of cinema I've ever seen. So much so that once the credits hit my entire screening exclaimed out 'what did I just watch?'.
I'm just going to get this out there, these books were my childhood. I'd read them all from back to front 50 times a day and I was nervously excited for this movie.For those who don't know (what was your childhood?)- Captain Underpants is the story of George (Kevin Hart) and Harold (Thomas Middleditch) two... Continue Reading →