Category Archive: film reviews

Logan (2017) Review

In the year 2000 Hugh Jackman took on the role of Wolverine, an animalistic mutant with healing powers, and retractable claws within his hands, in the first instalment of the X-Men franchise. Seventeen… Continue reading

Arrival (2016) Review

Dennis Villeneuve, director of the highly acclaimed Prisoners and Sicario has redefined the sci-fi genre with his latest endeavour — Arrival. After premiering at the Venice Film Festival, both critics and viewers were praising… Continue reading

La La Land (2017) Review

“Here’s to the ones who dream, foolish as they may seem.” La La Land is a modern fairy-tale. Damien Chazelle has a created a masterpiece that is something truly special, so rarely do… Continue reading

99 Homes (2014) Review

‘America was built by bailing out winners. By rigging a nation of the winners, for the winners, by the winners.’ 99 Homes is a heart wrenching, real estate thriller. Michael Shannon is Rick… Continue reading

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) Review

It has been five years since “Potterheads” have been able to see the Warner Brothers logo appear on screen, followed by John Williams’ iconic Hedwig’s theme. JK Rowling has brought the magic and… Continue reading

The Girl on the Train (2016) Review

Paula Hawkins’ best selling novel is amongst the many book-to-film adaptations coming out this autumn, with Michael Fassbender’s The Light Between Oceans ;Tom Hanks’ Inferno and Lupita Nyong’o’s The Queen of Katwe all… Continue reading

Primer (2004) Review

“Meticulous, yes. Methodical, educated; they were these things. Nothing extreme. Like anyone, they varied.” Primer is an independant science fiction film, which follows two friends who create an extra-ordinary machine in their garage.… Continue reading

Suicide Squad (2016) Review

“Here’s to honour… among thieves.” After the events of Batman v Superman, Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) seeks to unite a group villains – Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), Deadshot (Will Smith), Captain Boomerang (Jai… Continue reading

Star Trek Beyond (2016) Review

“You spent all this time trying to be your father, and now you’re wondering just what it means to be you.” Justin Lin has taken over the third installment in the Star Trek… Continue reading

Mustang (2015) Review

“Everything changed in a blink of an eye.” The Academy Award nominated Turkish film tells a story that is universal, the suppression of women and the double standard we face. This is in… Continue reading