Review: Birds of Prey

Bubblegum flavoured gang warfare. The villainous Harley Quinn is liberated from her relationship with The Joker, and finds herself free to run rampage on the city of Gotham’s corrupt streets. But in doing so, she inadvertently finds herself in the middle of a plot devised by Roman Sionis, aka Black Mask. Birds of Prey, also…

Review: Christopher Robin

An adorable, innocent jaunt down memory lane. When Christopher Robin grows up, leaving childish things behind and becoming a husband and father, he is shocked when his childhood friend, Winnie the Pooh, finds him in London. Pooh claims he needs Christopher’s help to find the other animals of 100 Acre Wood. Based off the children’s…

Review: T2 – Trainspotting

More of a nostalgic love letter to an industry shaking movie of the 90s than anything powerful in its own right. Mark Renton, clean of drugs for twenty years, returns to Scotland in a bid to reconnect with his old friends and unsurprisingly finds them all as awkward and deprived as they had always been….

Review: Trainspotting

One of the most influential films in recent┬ámemory for the British film industry, skyrocketing the careers of Ewan McGregor and Danny Boyle. Set in contemporary 1996 Scotland, Trainspotting follows a small group of youths trapped in the grip of heroin abuse. One of them, Mark Renton, looks to better himself but finds the task monumentally…

Review: The Men who Stare at Goats

Having just seen The Monuments Men, I opted to find another unorthodox “war film” starring George Clooney. This time though, it was a lot of fun! Bob Wilton (Ewan McGregor) is a reporter out to prove himself to his cheating girlfriend, and may have found the story to make a name for himself. Lyn Cassady…

Review: Haywire

A somewhat simple, cookie-cutter action thriller but with enough style and a strong female protagonist to make it unique. Haywire follows the story of Mallory Kane, a black ops undercover operative working for the Government, when her life it turned upside down after being betrayed by those around her. The film is extremely simple, you…

Saga Review: Star Wars

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… One man had a vision, a vision that even he didn’t realise would become so popular, a story and universe not yet told in the history of cinema. George Lucas, a young an optimistic film maker, best friends with Steven Spielberg, became one of the…