Yesterday (2019)

So apparently, we only make films about or based on the music of iconic British musical legends these days? With the likes of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman recently celebrating Queen and Elton John, it feels only natural that that particular starter and main course combo should be finished off with a Beatles related dessert. Unlike…

Rough Night (2017)

For somebody who is usually so snobbish about films, I must admit that I harbour a soft spot for the female centric, vulgar, gross out comedies that have been enjoying something of an Indian summer ever since the runaway success of Bridesmaids back in 2011. Though there are some truly great examples of the genre,…

Top Ten: Films Of 2016

If you are reading this, then I’d like to congratulate you on making it through the absolute blood bath that has been 2016. This year will always be remembered as one in which we said goodbye to a plethora of stars like David Bowie, George Michael and Prince, and a particularly shocking and unwanted surprise…

Ghostbusters (2016)

From the second the news broke that director Paul Feig was to reboot the iconic Ghostbusters franchise with an all female spectre fighting cast, it would be fair to say that the cinematic universe was split in to two divided camps, a camp of people who despaired over what they thought was an unnecessary move…

Sisters (2015)

It’s been quite a while since I saw a female buddy movie that actually delivered in terms of real humour and enjoyable plot. In fact, I would perhaps go as far back as The Heat for a picture in the genre that truly left me satisfied and wanting more. Sisters, though, on the outset, looked…