Review: Stan & Ollie

A very simple yet sentimental movie, about growing old and still enjoying what you do. Set between the 1930s and 1950s, the film follows the famous comedy double act as they enter their winter years. Coping with their incredible fame shrinking as the world moves on, and manage the complexities of career and personal lives….

Review: Kong – Skull Island (2D)

This reboot of King Kong’s mythology is a springboard for the monster-verse and… it is competent but nothing to write home about. An expedition in the early 1970s to the fabled Skull Island, spotted by satellite technology, goes awry when the expedition is headed by a man looking for revenge on a colossal monster living…

Review: The Lobster

What a bizarre experience, this might take some time to unpack! Set in a dystopian future, single people are rounded up to live in a hotel with the goal of finding a partner within forty-five days. If they fail, they are turned into an animal. Those single people are also tasked to hunt down and…

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…