Trying to avoid the hype where I can, I actually signed up to review Tomorrowland without knowing that much about it.
George Miller’s rebooted-sequel Mad Max: Fury Road has a glorious old-school feel to it – and I mean that in a good way.
Joss Whedon pulls of the seemingly impossible with Avengers: Age Of Ultron, by making this latest marvel shaped film even bigger and better than the first one.
As a dedicated non-fan of musicals who’s never caught an original theatrical run, I’m probably not the audience Icon had in mind for their The Last Five Years flick.
John Wick tells the story of our eponymous Keanu Reeves shaped hero, a tough bloke with a dark and tragic past who’s trying to go straight.
Fast and Furious 7 seems to have taken on a Mission-Impossible-style structure albeit with a lower IQ and an even more flagrant disregard for the laws of physics.
DreamWorks latest animated cash cow, Home, tells the story of a peaceful, nomadic, alien race who annex Earth and gently dispatch all of its inhabitants into a perfectly pleasant Australian shaped housing development.
Run All Night is the latest Liam Neeson shaped Jaume Collet-Serra action flick that’s in real danger of creating its very own genre.
The Voices, a film by Persepolis’ Marjane Satrapi, sees Ryan Reynolds play a small-town factory worker suffering from schizophrenia.
Morgan Matthews’ charming new film X + Y may be marketed as some sort of teen rom-com, but the film is primarily about the dreams and obstacles those who live on the autistic spectrum face.
Eclectic act Siro-A are Japan’s answer to the Blue Man Group, crossed with a live action video game.
Do we really want our media to suckle at the teat of an octogenarian Australian with an unfathomably hot wife? This is the argument Andrew Whyment’s Long Story Short explores.
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