Every country has a national-subculture that they decide, for whatever reason, to make the butt of many jokes. For the French, it is the Belgians. For Canadians, it is the Newfoundlanders. The the British, it was the Irish for a while, but that went quiet around the time things started kicking off in Ulster. But […]Read more "Logan Lucky – Review"
It’s been a turbulent month, which is no excuse for my lack of output really, but it’s as good as any. What with changes in job situation, numerous social engagements and, for the first time in my history as a film buff, walking out of the cinema, the motivation and material to put together an […]Read more "Black Sea – Review"
There aren’t many rules I tend to follow as a journalist. I keep my schedule fairly loose, and I usually review something that interests me, not simply something that’s popular. But one of the few rules I try to keep to is not watching trailers. The reason behind this is that trailers are little more […]Read more "Dunkirk – Review"
I can be an obstinate man at the best of times, and whilst this has served me favourably from time to time, it did result in my watching The Fault In Our Stars just to prove a point. I don’t recall what the point was, as I’ve tried to sear the memory of that film from […]Read more "Baby Driver – Review"
Well now here’s an interesting turn of events. I know I mentioned Xenomorphology 101 some time back, but unlike my empty promises of Hacksaw Ridge and some other films that I’ve since forgotten about entirely, the article is going to see the light of day. Just not now. Alien: Covenant is too far back for me to publish […]Read more "War Machine – Review"
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"