‘Sausage Party’ Review

The latest offering from Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and co. is an extremely crude animation, bursting with innuendo, which somehow manages to have a commentary on religion underneath. The film depicts the world through the eyes of our food. Beginning in a supermarket, the food sings the song of their beliefs at the start of…

Is It Worth It? IMAX

I have been lucky (read: obsessed) enough to have seen Interstellar in four formats: at the cinema (twice), IMAX, on Blu-ray and a special screening in the Royal Albert Hall featuring a live playing of the score, and a talk from the filmmakers. This insanity, I believe, has allowed me to compare the pros and…

‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’ Review

Amongst the dumping of late-Summer comedies, lies Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. Whilst seeming promising in its trailers, and despite starring some of the top comedic film talents of current times, the film doesn’t quite manage to be the laugh riots it strives for. The film follows the Stangle brothers (Zac Efron and Adam…

‘The Shallows’ Review

In the modern summers where tentpoles pile upon tentpoles and multiplexes seem full to the brim of high-budget franchises, The Shallows has snuck in as a welcome breath of fresh air and throwback to the low-budget B-movie-esque films that seem to have hugely dissipated in recent years. Blake Lively carries the film as a surfer…