Joe Cornish hasn’t had the best run of luck as a director. He broke out with Attack the Block in 2011 and it’s taken eight years for him to give … Continue reading The Kid Who Would Be King – a warm-hearted retro delight of a movie
James Mangold is a compelling director; in that a lot of his work has real emotional depth and nuance, and often benefits from repeat viewing. And he’s kind of underappreciated. … Continue reading Logan: sad, beautiful and final
So… How do you discuss the new X-Men film without giving too much away? Well that’s easy, throw in time travel. Always guaranteed to confuse all but the most hardened … Continue reading X-Men: Days of Future Past review
Is ted a romantic comedy? I found myself pondering this the other night after watching Seth Macfarlane’s creation. I suppose this question sprang to mind because, at the heart of … Continue reading Ted and Wahlberg – thunder buddies for life!