Top Ten: Films Of 2018

Here we are again folks, we made it! Another year passed and another year of films to assess. I managed to see a record high 74 films at the cinema this year, and if I say so myself, 2018 was a bit of a banger in terms of great releases. It’s been harder to whittle…

BlacKkKlansman (2018)

Can you smell that? That’s right, it’s the first hint of autumn, which means that it’s the first hint of awards season! I like to think that I made it out of the summer blockbuster quagmire fairly unscathed, but as the nights draw in and the studios start to get more thoughtful with their releases,…

Top Ten: Films Of 2017

Congratulations, if you’re reading this then you have made it through the absolute maelstrom that has been 2017. Several events this year, both political and social, have really taken the world aback, some for the better and some for much, much worse, and more than ever I have turned to the dark comfort of the…

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

Well, here we go again! In what has become my new favourite biennial Christmas tradition, Star Wars is back with another instalment of its main franchise series. Back in 2015, The Force Awakens reignited by passion for the galaxy far, far away, and last year’s first spin off picture Rogue One might just be my…

Logan Lucky (2017)

From Erin Brockovich to Ocean’s Eleven to Magic Mike, Steven Soderbergh has always been a filmmaker that has produced a varied and eclectic range of works, the majority of which I have immensely enjoyed. With his last directorial credit being the 2013 TV movie Behind The Candelabra, I was excited to see just what it…

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

As a nine year old Star Wars loving child, I still have a vivid memory of sitting in the cinema and crying at the awfulness of what I had just witnessed in The Phantom Menace. It’s no cinematic secret that the prequels were a huge dissapointment and a severe dent in the reputation of the…

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)

The last film I saw and reviewed was The Wolf Of Wall Street, a film that I noted for being devoid of any sympathetic characters and likeable figures. Move forward a week and something I did not expect upon beginning my viewing of the latest offering from the Coen brothers, Inside Llewyn Davis, was to come…