Review: Avatar – Way of Water (3D)

The film is absolutely gorgeous. But it caused a lot of head-scratching. Following the events of 2009’s Avatar, we see Jake Sully’s avatar at peace with his family; two sons, a daughter, an adopted daughter, and an adopted human son, as well as Neytiri. But when the humans return to Pandora, he sees that they…

Review: Alita – Battle Angel

A lot of great design work and a surprisingly strong lead performance, Alita is only somewhat forgettable in its action-heavy pacing. It is the 26th century, and the world is not as it was: much of the land is desolate wasteland, and cities are mostly rusting and over-populated with a cybernetically enhanced populous. High above,…

Saga Review: The Terminator

So with Terminator: Genisys arriving to cinemas soon I feel it is important to look back at the series as a whole. I love the Terminator franchise, or at least I love the first two movies and appreciate the mythos and universe they have created. The series itself is a bit of a contradiction: on…

Saga Review: Alien

The Alien franchise has to be one of my favourites, and I am always excited to have an excuse to rewatch them all, and what better excuse than a new film to be added to the series!¬†Yes, I am off to see Ridley Scott’s Prometheus shortly, and so I have made a Saga Review of…