Dead List might feel like a glorified home-movie, but it is consistently fun. Sometimes it manages to hold your attention by making you laugh at it but this is often balanced out by moments that show genuine promise and talent.
Wes Anderson’s second animated feature is his most entertaining yet!
Pacific Rim Uprising lacks the magic touch of its creator, with downgraded visuals and a lower calibre of imagination but manages to preserve just enough of the original’s DNA to succeed on its own merit.
Jumanji earns its “not as bad as I anticipated” reviews, but not by much.
Steven Soderbergh’s psychological thriller, shot entirely on iphone, is well written, well refined, and clench inducing.
From book to film Ernest Cline’s multiverseal video game The Oasis has made it to the big screen – but sadly the flaws that held it back originally may have been improved upon, but are still very much present.
Netflix managed to bag itself an Oscar nomination with it’s historical drama Mudbound, however, is it worth watching for more than the cinematography?
David Batty’s new documentary, My Generation is a real audio visual treat. Whilst it is nothing groundbreaking, it offers a unique insight into that most iconic decade from the perspective of one of its biggest stars.
Harrison gushes over this semi-aquatic romance.
While it manages to stand up to and beat it’s videogame film predecessors, it still only levels out to an average adventure flick.