The Intern Review

The Intern sees two of Hollywood’s biggest past and present talents work side by side in this light-hearted comedy drama. Legendary actor Robert De Niro plays Ben Whittaker, a 70 year old widower who decides life’s too short for retirement and takes up the ‘Senior intern programme’ at fast-growing online fashion store ‘About the Fit’. … More The Intern Review

The Martian Review

Legendary director Ridley Scott has brought the world classic films such as Alien, Blade Runner, Gladiator, Black Hawk Down and American Gangster. His most recent batch of flicks, however, have been anything but classic as the quality of Robin Hood, Prometheus, The Counselor and Exodus: Gods and Kings has ranged from disappointing to bad to downright awful (I’m especially talking about you The Counselor!). … More The Martian Review

Sicario 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 Maze Runner: Scorch Trials 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

Legend Review

“London in the 60s, everyone had a story about the Krays,” proclaims the attention-grabbing the opening line of the film. This appears to have been the case as the fact that the rich and famous of the era regularly rubbed shoulders with the crimelord Kray twins made them cult figures whose iconic status still lives on today.

Fast forward to 2015 and after a number of books, documentaries and the 1990 film The Krays, as director Brian Hegelend (writer of L.A. Confidential and director of A Knights Tale) brings Legend into cinemas to recount the legacy of Reggie and Ronnie Kray. … More Legend Review

Vacation (2015) Review

Holidays, or vacations as my American readers would call them (yes I have American readers because we international outchea baby!), can go one of either two ways. They can be unforgettable experiences which you will always treasure or they can be disappointing trips which you will never want to look back on. Unfortunately, Vacation is … More Vacation (2015) Review