Glass review – M. Night Shyamalan’s Complex Psychological Study is Mesmerising

Glass has been met with what some might call a split reception (wink), it acts as the final chapter to the very successful trilogy including Unbreakable and Split. As usual the ending has a twist, to which I found myself utterly invested and was rather chilling in revealing the precision of which the film is…

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Vice review – Christian Bale is Formidably Puissant in This Hysterical Drama

Dick Cheney, the vicious and sly former US vice-president is brought to life in a raw and hysterical way from Adam McKay. Cheney sees what others could not, including the easy manipulation of George W. Bush whispering radical ideas in a calculated-villain-like-way. The rawness of the film routes from Bale's impeccably scary impersonation of the…

Stephan James In Early Talks To Star In Ryan Reynolds’ ‘Clue’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Stephan James recently made a huge splash with his role in ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’, the film has went on to be nominated for Best Screenplay and Best Picture - Drama at the Golden Globes with Stephan’s co-Star Regina King winning the Best Supporting Actress Award. The film is also likely to recieve nominations…

Colette review – Powerful, Ravishing and Sumptuous

Wash Westmoreland's latest film Colette was the dying wish of his late husband, Richard Glatzer, who wished to bring the powerful true story of Colette to life. The film is incredibly personal to Westmoreland, it is delicate, powerful, meaningful and a feast to lay your eyes upon. The story is based upon the remarkable true…

Ben’s AWARDS Ballot – Best of 2018 in Film

As I do every year and a lot of others do, I track all the awards season nominees whether it's the BAFTAs (which I love), Golden Globes, Critics Choice, Critic Circles, to the Oscars. As seen online we all have our different opinions and we all feel strongly for some films but totally against some…

Nick’s Most Anticipated Movies of 2019

2019 is shaping up to be another huge year for movies. From huge blockbuster sequels and spin-offs, original sci-fi flicks, dramas, and horror, there's something for everyone to be found at your local movie theater this year. Here's a list of the movies that I'm most excited about. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part…

Adam McKay Was Offered To Develop ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

Last evening, we were at attendance at the double feature screening of ‘Vice’ and ‘The Big Short’ where a QnA took place with director Adam McKay where the subject of Marvel Studios was discussed. This is a subject Adam McKay has touched on in the past, stating on the Happy Sad Confused Podcast that he…

Escape Room – A Genuinely Fun Thriller That Completely Faceplants at the Finish Line

A new year means new movies, but the month of January is a notoriously slow time at the theater. Infamously known as the dumping ground of Hollywood, January and February are the two months of the year where movie studios take out the trash, releasing films that they have little faith in during a time…