It’s safe to say that ever since the release of the first Hunger Games film back in 2012, the series has taken the blockbuster world by storm. … More The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 Review
2015 has been the year of the spy film. We’ve had January’s excellent Kingsman: The Secret Service, June’s surprise comedy hit Spy, July’s brilliant Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and August’s underrated 60’s thriller The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Now, the ultimate secret agent James Bond returns to rightfully take his place upon the espionage-movie throne. … More Spectre Review
Sicario stars Emily Blunt (Edge of Tommorrow) as FBI kidnap response agent Kate Macer. The film begins with Kate seemingly on a routine raid on a Mexican drug cartel safe house in the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona. The bust takes a horrific turn for the worst as there’s a gruesome discovery and an unexpected disaster which leaves Kate and her FBI team rattled. … More Sicario Review
The recent batch of films franchises based on young adult novels have been a mixed bag. The Hunger Games films were mostly excellent whereas the two Divergent series films were pretty poor. Both Maze Runner movies are somewhere in the middle – just plain old average.
The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials is very similar in terms of quality to the first Maze Runner – it has an intriguing first hour or so and then descends deeply into daftness in the second half. … More The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials Review
On the road to becoming an international action star, Jason Statham played the driver-for-hire Frank Martin in The Transporter (2002). The film was a modest success earning enough at the box office to spawn two even more successful sequels and a spin-off TV show. Fast forward to 2015 and Frank Martin is back in a … More The Transporter Refueled Review
American Ultra stars Jessie Eisenberg (The Social Network and Now You See Me) as the bumbling stoner Mike Howell, who works in a 24 hour grocery store and lives in a small town in West Virginia with his longtime girlfriend Phoebe (The Twilight Saga’s Kirsten Stewart). … More American Ultra Review