Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2D)

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a gift to all fans of the franchise and sets an inspiring precedent for Disney and LucasFilm’s efforts. Set before the events of Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope the story sees a young woman, Jyn, roped into the Rebel Alliance due to her connection to the evil…

Review: Big Hero 6 (2D)

Big Hero 6‘s poster boy, the robotic Baymax, is the sole reason you need to see this film! Young tech prodigy Hiro Hamada and his brother build robots, one of which is called Baymax, designed to be the best in the field of medical care. But disaster hits the city of San Fransokyo when a…

Saga Review: Transformers

Despite what many might say, Transformers has not had the best of histories in terms of reception, even if you go right back to their humble beginnings. Did you know that Hasbro bought the toys from Japanese toy company Takara Tomy, from lines called Diaclone and Microman toys, and that by 1985 these lines were…

Review: Frozen

There’s a lot to be said about Disney’s latest offering, some people saying it is the beginning of a new golden age for the studios, others saying its awful. But everyone agrees, the trailers are not to be trusted! Elsa, a princess of a far away kingdom, has the power to control and create snow…

Review: Wreck-it Ralph (2D)

Maybe not quite as soul-searching as some traditional franchises from Disney, Wreck-It Ralph is still an outrageous, colourful blast of video-game sub genre fun. Yes, asides from Tron and The Last Starfighter, Wreck-It Ralph is one of the first films to fully embrace the popularity of video games, only difference being Disney has its fingers…

Review: Tucker and Dale Vs Evil

Why does nobody think about the hillbillies!? That’s what Tucker and Dale Versus Evil asks the viewer as it takes the tired teen slasher horror film and turns it on its head, making a gory but entertaining comedy as two hapless red necks are mistaken as killers by a group of dumb teenagers on vacation….