Atomic Blonde (2017)

Atomic Blonde was a film that had been on my radar for a long, long time, mostly because the trailer contained amazing music and an amazing looking Charlize Theron doing some amazing beating up of sorry fools. Some posters carried tag lines spouting phrases along the lines of “we finally have a female James Bond”,…

Trumbo (2015)

Generally, I would like to think of myself as somebody who knows a lot about the ins and outs of the early and golden ages of Hollywood. From the studio systems to the big names, I have my fair share of knowledge on the time period, but something of which I have never known very…

The Monuments Men (2014)

The Monuments Men is a film that looks, on the surface, to be a winner. The premise is extremely interesting, a cinematic take on the true story of a group of allied men during the Second World War whose task and ambition was to locate, preserve and return millions of pieces of art stolen by…

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…

Monsters University (2013)

I’ll admit that perhaps I went in to this one with unrealistic expectations. Monsters, Inc. is one of the greatest Pixar films, bettered only by Finding Nemo and Wall-E in my opinion, so from the moment I saw the trailer some months ago, whether I liked it or not, I was excited about Monsters University, I’m…