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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…
Pitch Perfect 3 Review: A Must-See, Comedy Classic

Pitch Perfect 3 Review: A Must-See, Comedy Classic

Pitch Perfect is back! Expect nothing but jaw-dropping harmonies, startling costumes and classic comedy. The third and final instalment of the Barden Bellas story finishes in aca-style! The comedy follows the reunification of the Bellas as they embark on a…
Review: Wonder

Review: Wonder

Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, Wonder, directed by Stephen Chbosky, is a wonderfully endearing and uplifting story about a boy, Auggie Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), who was born with Treacher Collins syndrome and has had several surgeries…
IT Film Review: 3 Things We Loved, 3 Things We Didn’t

IT Film Review: 3 Things We Loved, 3 Things We Didn’t

Stephen King’s Pennywise is back – featuring ‘IT’, the killer clown, any children’s worst nightmare. They say ‘IT’, the killer clown, returns to the town of Derry every 27 years to take children way. Director Muschietti played right into that…
Film Review: Mother!

Film Review: Mother!

Darren Aronofsky is perhaps cinema’s most disturbed auteur. The American filmmaker consistently shocks us with thought-provoking and deeply distressing experimental films since his debut in 1998. Now on his seventh film, Aronofsky proves to horrify his audience with his most…
Film Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Film Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Mel Gibson’s wartime drama splashes blood and gore over the world’s cinema screens After achieving box office success and an astonishing 6 Oscar nominations, it felt necessary to throw myself at the mercy of this film and give it a…
HOT NEW MOVIE ALERT: Beauty and the Beast

HOT NEW MOVIE ALERT: Beauty and the Beast

This is the movie we’ve ALL been waiting for… Beauty and the Beast is finally here! With Emma Watson featuring in this Live Action remake of the classic Disney movie – and I/we could not be more thrilled! If you…
Film Review – Human Capital

Film Review – Human Capital

Based on the novel “Human Capital” by the American writer Stephen Amidon, Human Capital (originally “Il capitale umano”) is an Italian drama film about the destiny of two families who embody the economic crisis in Italy as well as a…