22 JUMP STREET REVIEW

Jump to your nearest store or online outlet and see this movie! Hill and Tatum reunite for a ridiculously OTTĀ but incredibly funny sequel that has enough to match its predecessor and possibly surpass it. Now Jump Street has never been (and never will be) subtle. If you like your comedies a little more subdued and … Continue reading 22 JUMP STREET REVIEW

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THE DEVIL’S KNOT REVIEW

Knot for me, I'm afraid. What? Bad punnery aside, a star studded cast do their utmost to uplift an initially shocking case that leads nowhere and if not for the studded cast, should have been put on a crime channel as an one hour documentary. Harsh but true. A slow burning opening leads to an … Continue reading THE DEVIL’S KNOT REVIEW

OCULUS REVIEW

Oculus no scaro. What a shame. An intriguing premise that fails to deliver, revealingĀ nothing behind its glassy surface and turning out to be just as wooden and lazy as the film's antagonist. I think I'm going to have to throw in the towel with horror movies. Not that I haven't already. I was at least … Continue reading OCULUS REVIEW

X MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST REVIEW

X Men Give It To Ya! Days of Making Good Films At Last! Finally! Thank you! Welcome back Mr Bryan Singer. A little while since X Men was released, I know, but so many bad movies got my pulse racing that I pushed this little gem to the drafts. But low and behold, a film … Continue reading X MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST REVIEW

EDGE OF TOMORROW REVIEW

The End of Tom Cruise? Not today. This little timey wimey special effects action flick is pretty much Groundhog Day meets a 12A equivalent of Starship Troopers. If that sounds terrible, then move on. If not, welcome. If you love the Cruise, he still does his best and proves yet again that he can still … Continue reading EDGE OF TOMORROW REVIEW

GRACE OF MONACO REVIEW

  Nicole Kidman pouts and frowns away as former Hollywood star Grace Kelly. Not as bad as you think but certainly not that good either. A film that questions its own relevance as its draws nearer to its pretentious finale. We join Kelly as she deals with the crisis of marriage and identity during a … Continue reading GRACE OF MONACO REVIEW

LOCKE REVIEW

Tom Hardy is back. Better? Definitely beardier. Along with another strange accent. Unfortunately boyo I had to Google that you were trying to be Welsh. I thought he was doing a broken South African mish-mesh of an accent. Anyway, I digress. A strange exercise that tests the acting abilities of the charismatic actor but unfortunately … Continue reading LOCKE REVIEW