Jack Reacher: Never Go Back finds our hero embroiled in another military conspiracy.
When you watch as many films as I do, you get into the habit of learning as little as you can about them. Having seen War On Everyone, I’m considering revising my approach.
Being an english philistine, I have no clue about american history or what happened in their civil war, other than the basics. So I’m glad Free State of Jones could set me straight on some of this.
Adapted from Ransom Riggs novel of the same name, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children sounds like perfect Tim Burton material. But does the magic translate to the big screen?
Can men and women ever just be friends? Lady Susan knows her answer, not that she’s letting on mind – that’s just not how the game’s played. And no-one plays the game better than Susan in Love and Friendship.
The Girl With All The Gifts brings some new life to the zombie genre, taking familiar sights and sounds of the undead and putting a new spin on them.
2016 is shaping up to be the year of the remake. We’ve had a new Ghostbusters that should haunt sony, the needless rebirth of a cgi enhanced Ben-hur and now there’s The Magnificent Seven.
Jeremy Saulnier maintains his colour-themed filmography with Green Room, the follow-up to 2013’s Blue Ruin and out on Blu-Ray this month.
I’ve seen my share of true-life crime stories adapted for the big screen, typically ranging from the Goodfellas to the bad and the ugly. The Infiltrator, for me, falls within the upper range.
Director and writer Taika Waititi’s Hunt for the Wilderpeople follows in the quirky footsteps of his previous comedies Eagle vs Shark and the excellent What We Do in the Shadows.
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