The Aeronauts (2019)

Given the sheer amount of possible PR and advertising avenues these days, it is very rarely that I go into a film having seen or heard absolutely nothing about it. In a fortnight filled with high profile Netflix releases like The King and The Irishman, The Aeronauts transpired to be a perfect example of such!…

The King (2019)

Let me be clear. I love the traditional experience of cinema as much as the next movie lover, but when a film is longer than two hours and I am presented with the chance to watch its release at home on Netflix instead, you can be damn sure I’m going to do just that. Having…

After The Wedding (2019)

With the first of what might be four reviews in the next seven days, I think I can safely state that the lazy days of the summer blockbusters are well and truly done for the year! As the superheroes start to subside, what feels like dozens of potentially interesting releases start to hit the screens…

Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)

Up until about six months ago, I was almost certain that I was done with the Terminator universe for good. Having been sufficiently underwhelmed by Terminator Genisys back in 2015, I felt it was probably time to call it a day on this particular beloved franchise. That was, until, Linda Hamilton landed back on the…

The Last Black Man In San Francisco (2019)

Something I have come to realise in my film watching experience is that if a film does well at Sundance, then it tends to do well with my personally as well. Having picked up both Best Director and a Special Jury Award at this year’s festival, it’s fair to say that The Last Black Man…

The Day Shall Come (2019)

When thinking about the current social and political climates in pretty much every corner of the world these days, it’s probably fair to say that if you didn’t find the time to laugh about it, you would never stop crying. This is where satire can come in and bridge the gap for us. Having already…

Judy (2019)

For as long as I can remember, I have been obsessed with Judy Garland. From The Wizard Of Oz to Meet Me In St. Louis to A Star Is Born, it’s fair to say that her contribution to cinema is something that shaped my own love for film from a very early age. For someone…