Review: Sully

Probably one of the most concise and honestly made films I’ve seen this year since Spotlight. Based off the true events from January 2009, Sully follows the frightening and dramatic events of an airliner forced to land on the Hudson River in America, and the following investigation of its pilot Chesley Sullenberger. Directed by Clint…

Review: Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them (2D)

Spontaneity is the word of the day with J.K Rowling’s debut as screenplay writer, an often directionless but entertaining adventure. In the world of Harry Potter, a wizard from Britain ¬†travels to America with a suitcase full of magical creatures intent on releasing one of them into the wild. But when the case is misplaced…

Review: Premium Rush

An enjoyable fast-paced ride through the streets of New York! A bicycle courier in New York finds himself hounded by a crooked cop for the package he is delivering. Simple as that! Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as Wilee in this film that makes reference to the cartoon character that name is synonymous with while at times…

Trio Review: The Punisher

Surprise Trio Review! I figured with Marvel’s Netflix show Daredevil returning to us in March, with the added bonus of The Punisher character making an appearance, I would review all of the Punisher films! Yes, all. Did you know there’s been three of these things? In 1989 there was a Punisher film made by an…

Review: John Wick

Keanu Reeves is back in this high octane revenge shoot ’em up. Full of style and plenty of bloody carnage, I enjoyed it a lot. When a¬†crime-lord’s son takes a fancy for John Wick‘s car, he decides to steal it as well as murder John’s pet puppy, mere days after the tragic death of his…

Review: Elf

So I finally get around to seeing this after multiple Cinema Cocoa fans ask me to review it. Oh people will be cross with me. Buddy is a little too big to be an elf because he is in fact a human being, and when he’s told this he is sent back from the North…