Review: How to Train Your Dragon 3 – The Hidden World

So Dreamworks flagship goes the way of trilogy of Godfather, Robocop, and Back to the Future… where the third entry is definitely the weakest. When a new threat to their pet dragons emerges, the vikings of Berk need to consider finding a new home. Meanwhile, love is in the air when Toothless meets a Lightfury….

Review: War Dogs

From director Todd Phillips, War Dogs is surprisingly serious in tone. Based off true events War Dogs follows David, a twenty-something American who has no idea what to do with his life. That is until he teams up with his eccentric school friend Erhaim and his business of selling military hardware to the US military….

Review: Hail, Caesar!

The Coen Brothers are back with a satirical take on 1950s Hollywood. An extremely busy production studio owner juggles control over several movie productions that struggle under misfortunes. From an actress losing a legal battle over her child, or an acclaimed drama director being given a lead star better suited for Westerns, to nosy journalists…

Double Review: 21 Jump Street

21 Jump Street (2012) Comedy is always a tough sell for me, I don’t go in for them because my sense of humour is very particular. 21 Jump Street was very middle of the road. Two opposing students from High School, a nerd and a jock, both sign up to the Police force together only…

Review: The Wolf of Wall Street

Martin Scorsese’s three hour epic dive into the corrupted, misogynistic and power hungry world of one Jordan Belfort’s career as a wealthy stockbroker. Jordan Belfort started out with a incurable lust for money, so it was only fitting he should seek a job at Wall Street’s stock market. Only a few days into his time…