FILM REVIEW: Get Out

Jordan Peele may be better known for his part as half of the comedy duo Key & Peele, but his directorial debut is no laughing matter. Get Out is an uncomfortable satire on racism and how middle class liberals deal with the issue of race. The basic premise of the film is boy meets girl,…

FILM REVIEW: T2 Trainspotting

Picture the scene. You return to your home city of Edinburgh after being away 20 years and come to find like you, things have ages. But not necessarily everything. The words “Hello Mark,So what have you been up to… for twenty years?” which leave Sick Boy’s (Jonny Lee Miller) mouth are a question fans of…

FILM REVIEW: Manchester By The Sea

When Lee Chandler (Casey Affleck) is pulled but to his home town on the Massachusetts coast, it takes him on a journey that he had buried deep in his memory. On the surface Manchester By The Sea may not offer up a lot, telling the story of a Handyman who clearly has an attitude problem.…

Episode VIII title revealed

It is arguably the most successful film franchise ever made, and now the latest in the serious has an official name. Episode VIII in the Star Wars saga will be titled The Last Jedi. The film, is the sequel to JJ Abrams’s 2015 The Force Awakens, and will continue the story of mysteriously powerful Rey…

FILM REVIEW: La La Land

To create good music you need to have good timing. So, when you are making a modern-day musical the timing of all your movements need to be on point. For director Damien Chazelle taking on the ambitious, audacious and in some ways outdated media of the musical with his latest film La La Land it…

FILM REVIEW: My Scientology Movie

If you are looking for a probing look into the happenings of the church of Scientology, then Lois Theroux’s big screen feature may not be for you. My Scientology Movie is more of light hearted look at the church from the outside, with Theroux politely knocking at the door once in a while then being…

FILM REVIEW: Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

Although Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children may have some similarities to the home of Charles Xavier and the X-men, Tim Burton’s latest feature film is definitely a superhero film. Okay the protagonists may have “super powers” and they do appear to be in some form of danger, but I think it is unfair to say…