This might seem an odd thing to open with, but Chris Pine has got very small ears. I wouldn’t mention it, but there’s several points throughout Wonder Woman when Captain Kirk is face to face with the protagonist apparently about to bury his nose in her admittedly lovely hair, and the camera just lingers on […]Read more "Wonder Woman – Review"
Once again I find myself tasked writing a review on a subject for which I have a pre-existing connection, although in this case the link is two-fold for not only do the legends of King Arthur hold great significance for me having grown up knowing and learning from the stories, I am also quite partial […]Read more "King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword -Review"
Say what you like about unoriginal subtitling, but this particular instance has been getting on my proverbial tits for a while now. I know there’s a joke to do with the Halo franchise in here somewhere, especially seeing as it takes so much inspiration from Aliens right down to the moustached, cigar-chomping sergeant who just can’t shut […]Read more "Alien: Covenant – Review"
My choice whether or not to review something on this journal is one that is often affected by a multitude of factors. Release schedules are one thing, as most people don’t want to hear about something that came out months ago. Another factor is personal interest, be it from the readers or more often myself. […]Read more "Sand Castle -Review"
Well even by my standards this is a poor show. Pre-summer blockbuster release droughts being what they are, I still manage to find something to review, even if it’s some TV show from a decade ago that nobody watched (incidentally my reviews for Jericho haven’t gone anywhere). I was going to have this particular critique […]Read more "Free Fire – Review"
Ah, now how’s this for juxtaposition. Last week I was typing a up a review of a film filled with laughter, frolics and fun. A film with whirlwind romance and moving emotional drama, as well as some rather excellent singing. Perhaps by way of withdrawal, I’ve veered to the far end of the spectrum and picked […]Read more "Kong: Skull Island – Review"
Once upon a time, in a small provincial town called London, there lived a Rifleman. This Rifleman liked to talk long windedly (or ‘ramble’ if you like) about the cultural impact of cinema, often ranting and raving madly about the over-worshipping of actors and actresses. This is not his tale. It’s not a tale at […]Read more "Beauty And The Beast (2017) – Review"