Widows (2018)

Let’s get one thing straight, whenever names like Steve McQueen and Viola Davis are involved in a project, you can be sure as hell that I’m going to be there on opening day. Still soaring high from her 2016 Best Supporting Actress Oscar win for Fences, Davis is one of cinema’s most respected and sought…

A Monster Calls (2016)

Happy New Year everybody! The extravagance and overall comfort of the holiday season  always makes it incredibly hard to venture out there in to the cold and get back in the swing of the cinema going game, but hey, we can’t all lay on the couch under a duvet eating chocolate and watching Mary Poppins…

A Million Ways To Die In The West (2014)

Let me begin by stating that I am a huge fan of the majority of Seth MacFarlane’s work, from Family Guy to American Dad to The Cleveland Show. His special talent for pop culture referencing and outwardly base yet inwardly intelligent humour is something that appeals to me and is prevalent in all of his…

Non-Stop (2014)

Here we go again. Hard man Liam Neeson doing hard man shouty things. The difference? This time his shouting and punching is confined to the cabins of an aeroplane. Neeson stars as Bill Marks, a grizzly, personally troubled U.S. federal air marshal who finds himself in the midst of a highly dangerous game of cat…

The Lego Movie (2014)

I first became aware of The Lego Movie when the trailer to the film was shown last December before my viewing of The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug. My initial reaction was along the lines of “what. the. hell?”, failing to see how anybody could take the concept of a generations old toy brick system…