A Simple Favour

Mysteriously advertised before its release, A Simple Favour is a rare example of modern Hollywood not overselling a film before it hits the cinema. This darkly comic tale in which Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively become unlikely friends, only for Lively’s beautiful ghost to pull a Gone Girl & suddenly go missing is wound by director Paul Feig’s knack of hiring talented actors and letting them run with it. Read More…

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The First Trailer For John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Has Arrived

Lionsgate have released the first trailer for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, which sees John on the run with a $14 million price tag on his head. Read More…

Jason Reitman Will Bring The Ghostbusters Back In 2020

In somewhat unexpected news, it was revealed yesterday that Jason Reitman would be directing a new Ghostbusters film which is set for release in the summer of 2020. Read More…

Aquaman

Be careful mentioning this in public company, but it seems that DC have finally sorted their house out. With the combined financial and critical success of Wonder Woman and the bloated but well-meaning Justice League, Aquaman arrives in cinemas with the consensus that these heroes can actually be fun to watch when given the chance. Read More…

Alien Returns To The Big Screen This March

To mark the 40th anniversary of Ridley Scott’s classic Alien, Park Circus is bringing the film back to cinemas from 1 March. Read More…

12 Films To Look Forward To In 2019

2019 is setting itself up to be a memorable year in film. There are superheroes galore, the end of the Avengers, shape-shifting clowns, doppelgangers and a hitman who must fight through one of the toughest cities in the world. There’s plenty of choice, but here are 12 films I am particularly looking forward to. Read More…

Skyscraper

We all have that one friend who thinks he is smarter than everyone else. That one friend who thinks they know better, but actually doesn’t and because of this they always end up looking a bit stupid. Skyscraper is that friend. The annoying guy down the pub who revels in telling people they’ve got something wrong, only to be found out by the quickest of Google searches. If Skyscraper was more aware of itself, it could have been a better film. As it is, it wants so desperately to be taken seriously that its biggest criticism is its sheer stubbornness. Read More…

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