Wonder Review

Wonder

Wonder tells the story of August ‘Auggie’ Pullman, an American fifth grader who seems like your standard kid: he rides his bike, he bickers with his big sister and he loves Star Wars.

Cars 3 Review

Cars 3

I’m not really a car man. From an early age I was either falling asleep in them, or crashing them. But when you’re as old as I am, you pick up the odd 6-year-old petrol head along the way – which is how I found myself watching Cars 3 last weekend.

Zoolander 2 Review

Zoolander 2

I’ve always wondered if there is an unspoken statute of limitations for comedy sequels and reboots. After a hiatus of fifteen years, Zoolander 2 pushes this to the limit.

Inherent Vice Review

Inherent Vice

Joaquin Phoenix plays a stoner with about 99 problems, and his former bitch is most definitely one in Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film Inherent Vice.

The Grand Budapest Hotel Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Grand Budapest Hotel is the latest in a long line of idiosyncratically brilliant films that the even more brilliantly idiosyncratic Wes Anderson has brought to the big screen.

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