‘Dunkirk’ Review

One of the most highly anticipated films of the year, from one of the most innovative and beloved directors around, taking on a vital piece of history; the expectations were sky high. There was so much pressure on this film to blow us away that if it didn’t even quite reach those hefty heights, it…

‘The Beguiled’ Review

Sofia Coppola’s latest is a visually gorgeous, stripped back remake that tells an intimate story and showcases a strong cast. Set in the American Civil War, the film tells the story of the women at a remote girls’ boarding school in the South (headed by Nicole Kidman, with teacher Kirsten Dunst and students including Elle…

‘Baby Driver’ Review

Edgar Wright’s latest film is everything and more you could have hoped for from the man known for his exciting filmmaking techniques and originality. This brilliantly singular vision could have come from no one else and is executed to perfection to provide us with one of the most original, unique and sure-to-be iconic films of…

‘Wonder Woman’ Review

So the DCEU finally has a hit, and we have a solo female superhero film. Whoever didn’t believe women couldn’t direct or lead huge blockbuster action films better take a look. The film details the origins of the world’s most famous female superhero. Beginning on secret island of Themyscira, we see Diana (Gal Gadot) grow…

‘Baywatch’ Review

Based on the hit, but knowingly cringey, 90s TV show, Baywatch takes on the task of updating it for the 2017 audience and transitioning it to the big screen. It was presumably aiming for a Jump Street style self-aware action-comedy, but instead seems to land halfway between self-awareness and taking itself too seriously, resulting in…

‘Alien: Covenant’ Review

So the sixth film in the Alien franchise, second chronologically, has finally hit our screens. It is a step up from previous installments, but not quite a return to form. Alien: Covenant follows the crew of the eponymous spacecraft as they commandeer a colonizing mission, heading for a new planet. After a forceful and tragic…

‘Snatched’ Review

As one of the first films sold as a summer comedy to hit our screens this year that features a cast of both old and new top comedy talent, Snatched arrives as a bit of a disappointment. The film is lead by Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer’s mother-daughter duo as they go on a trip…