Good Boys (2019)

Shout out to all the parents out there struggling through the summer holidays. With August in full swing you are probably starting to run out of ideas for entertaining restless young ones before school comes back over the horizon. A trip to the cinema is always a safe bet, right? A couple of hours in…

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019)

In the world of cinema, my world at least, few things come with more anticipation and excitement than a new Quentin Tarantino release. From Pulp Fiction to Jackie Brown to the Kill Bills and more, I can honestly say that more than half of the man’s filmography probably ranks inside my top twenty five movies…

Otherhood (2019)

With some serious slim pickings at the cinema on this random weekend in August, I decided to take the opportunity to stay at home and have a look at one of the ever more frequent Netflix feature releases. Of course, Netflix being the home invading, multi million eyes platform that is favoured by many in 2019,…

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

It feels like mere days ago that I was sat in the cinema watching the absolute chaos and climax that was Avengers: Endgame. Although we are twenty plus movies deep in to the Marvel Cinematic Universe at this point, it really felt like the most impossible job in the world of film this year was…

Toy Story 4 (2019)

If this blog had existed in 2010, you would have no doubt come along to read how I thought Toy Story 3 was the perfect end to a pretty much perfect trilogy of Pixar movies that felt like they were specifically made with my generation in mind. Six years old with the first, ten years…

Late Night (2019)

Once upon a time, phrases like ‘female lead’ and ‘female centric’ were all a film needed to have attached to them to spark my interest and have me looking upon them in an immediately positive light. I’m sure there are plenty of movies from the last decade or so that I liked more than they…

Aladdin (2019)

In my household growing up, Aladdin was a huge, huge deal. Being the older sister of a little brother, the Disney catalogue at that point had few films that could entertain us both in equal measure, and as a result the 1992 animated classic is probably the animated feature that I have seen most in…