*NEW* DOCTOR STRANGE REVIEW *NEW*

Strange is right. A former neurosurgeon (Benedict Cumberbatch) embarks on a journey of healing only to be drawn into the world of the mystic arts. Fresh, different, throw in a few crazy visual effects and we're onto a winner. Ol' Cucumberbatch nails it as the cynical and quick-witted super doc. Imagine if House had super … Continue reading *NEW* DOCTOR STRANGE REVIEW *NEW*

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*NEW* DOCTOR STRANGE REVIEW *NEW*

Strange is right. A former neurosurgeon (Benedict Cumberbatch) embarks on a journey of healing only to be drawn into the world of the mystic arts. Fresh, different, throw in a few crazy visual effects and we're onto a winner. Ol' Cucumberbatch nails it as the cynical and quick-witted super doc. Imagine if House had super … Continue reading *NEW* DOCTOR STRANGE REVIEW *NEW*

*NEW* VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN REVIEW *NEW*

IT’S A DUD! IT’S A DUD! Well, that’s what I thought I was going to say. McAvoy and Radcliffe take on the iconic mad scientist duo to mixed results. BUT with good acting and some decent special effects, it delivered enough fun for me not to care too much. Told from Igor's (Daniel Radcliffe) perspective, … Continue reading *NEW* VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN REVIEW *NEW*

MR HOLMES REVIEW

Can one of Britain's biggest screen icons take on one of the most iconic literary figures? The answer is elementary, my dear movie minions. Sublime. From the moment, the stern sleuth corrected a child on his error for mistaking a wasp for a bee, I knew I was for in a treat. A superb performance from … Continue reading MR HOLMES REVIEW

*THROWBACK REVIEW* MR PEABODY AND SHERMAN

Nothing to bark home about. (What? If you're tutting at that, then this film is not for you. If you tutted but had a cheeky little grin, then this might be). Enough hi-jinks and 3D animation to keep the children wagging their tails but it's hardly a rollicking family movie. It's not all bad and … Continue reading *THROWBACK REVIEW* MR PEABODY AND SHERMAN

PRIDE REVIEW

A film that should have taken more pride in it's story and cast. Solidly acted, well written but a case of hype helping an easygoing biopic that seemed to hinder as it reached it's conclusion. To be honest, I think it may be a sign of the time. Despite it's subject matter appearing "controversial", it … Continue reading PRIDE 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