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Sorry To Bother You Review

Sorry To Bother You Review

Hey there readers, Dan The Movie Man here, Sorry To Bother You, but have you considered seeing Boots Riley’s directorial debut Sorry To Bother You?… Sort of? Well, hopefully I can be of some assistance. Sorry To Bother You tells…
The Old Man & the Gun Review

The Old Man & the Gun Review

Robert Redford has had a glorious career. He’s the man who founded the Sundance Film Festival, earned an academy award in directing for 1981’s Ordinary People and starred in legendary films such as The Sting, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance…
Mary Poppins Returns – Review

Mary Poppins Returns – Review

Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins? Can you imagine that? 54 years after the original, Mary Poppins returns (literally) in a sequel that is practically perfect in every way. The American musical stars British actress Emily Blunt in the titular role,…
Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

Being born in 1999 means I grew up hearing new songs from the likes of Girls Aloud and the one and only S Club 7. But this definitely didn’t make me a stranger to the music from Queen. Queen is…
Review: First Man

Review: First Man

Everyone loves a true story told on the big screen. The reality of the story and its characters easily resonates with and captures the eye of moviegoers. Now off the back of a best director Oscar for La La Land,…
Review: A Star Is Born

Review: A Star Is Born

Nerve Now’s writer Daniel Harden gives an in-depth review on the new remake of Bradley Cooper’s incredible A Star Is Born. The love between a master and his/her muse is a story as old as time, however, no such story…
Review: A Simple Favor

Review: A Simple Favor

Nerve’s Daniel Harden takes a look at Feig’s new thriller, A Simple Favor. From Paul Feig, director of such comedies as; Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy and Ghostbusters, comes a slightly different, slightly darker female-led comedy in A Simple Favor. Feig…
Film Review: Killing Gunther

Film Review: Killing Gunther

From director, writer, star and SNL alumni, Taran Killam, comes a wacky mockumentary about a bunch of hitmen and women, attempting to kill a hitman code named Gunther, aka the greatest hitman alive. Anyone who has seen the U.S Office…
Insidious: The Last Key Review

Insidious: The Last Key Review

Insidious returns, with its latest entry in the wearying supernatural series, after a much-anticipated wait. Paranormal investigator, Elise Rainier, rediscovers her past in a sequel that is more fighting than ever imagined… Dr.Elise Rainer is faced with the most haunting…
Review: The Greatest Showman

Review: The Greatest Showman

Michael Gracey’s slick new musical, The Greatest Showman, brings to life the imagination of P.T. Barnum and his creation of the first circus. Inspired by the legend of P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman), The Greatest Showman follows Barnum in a pursuit…