War for the Planet of the Apes

The new apes series is something I really enjoy however didn’t get completely into til late. I saw Rise in the cinema and loved it, and only recently got around to watching Dawn in preparation for War and I really enjoyed that to. With that, I had high expectations for this movie to round out…

Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

Spider-Man has been one of my favourite superheroes of all time. While many grew up on the old Batman or Superman films, Rami’s Spider-Man trilogy was my superhero films. And while now I see flaws in the third installment, the first and second still stand as not only two of my favourite superhero movies of…

Top Films of 2017 – Mid Year Report

This list is created based only from the movies that have actually been seen so far. Logan Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Wonder Woman The Lego Batman Movie Power Rangers Get Out Split The Boss Baby Beauty and the Beast Kong: Skull Island King Arthur The Mummy Fifty Shades Darker  

Wonder Woman Review

From 3 movies from the DCEU, not one is yet to hit with me. With that I was very hopefully of what Wonder Woman could offer us. I thought while Gal Gadot wasn’t a massive stand out in Batman v Superman, there was still something about her that made me feel as though she was…

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is the 15th film in the juggernaut that is the MCU. The first Guardians film was a massive surprise to all including me. Many people have it as their top MCU film. With that, it’s safe to say that Vol. 2 has a large expectation on it’s shoulders. My…

Beauty and the Beast Review

Going into Beauty and the Beast I wasn’t too excited because I didn’t see a real reason why it needed to be remade. I understood Jungle Book utilising the technology and understand why they want to do a similar thing with Lion King, but I thought that the cartoon version of things like a Beast…

Power Rangers Review

I grew up with not much knowledge of the Power Rangers. I watched it on TV here and there but my main access to them was a DVD I had of the 1995 movie. I lost count on how many times I saw that thing, but for me, that was my Power Rangers. With that,…

Kong: Skull Island Review

Kong is the newest addition to the already long list of King Kong films. Set in the same universe as 2014’s Godzilla, Kong takes place decades before just after the Vietnam War. Heading into this film I had not seen Godzilla, and from the trailers, I was going in with mixed expectations. I’ll start with…

Logan Review

Logan is the final chapter in Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine story. With it’s R rating and darker tone, this had the potential to be Marvel’s (well Fox’s) Dark Night, or burn where it stands like the other Wolverine film. Thank god it was the first one. In Logan we get an old Logan, an Old Man…

Fixing Fifty Shades Darker By Turning it into Batman

Like many males over Valentines day, I saw Fifty Shades Darker. While the movie itself is a complete bomb of a movie, I had fun with it for one reason, I turned it into Batman. At about the half way mark, I realised that underneath the bad acting, stupid dialog and large amounts of sex,…

2016 Yearly Review

Bellow is my list of my favourite to least favourite movies of the year. There are many elements which are considered when making this list including quality of the film, rewatchability and overall experience. Captain America: Civil War – The MCU is the franchise that turned me from a casual film fan to a full…

Rogue One Review

Rogue One is the first Star Wars film to be set outside the Episodic Sagas. With that, there was a lot of pressure on it to perform and launch this new series of Star Wars films. By far, this is the least kid friendly film. This was at it’s core, a war film, something we…