Last Christmas (2019)

Anyone who knows me will be able to tell you that when it comes to Christmas movies, I have a very low tolerance threshold. There are only a handful of pictures that I can say I fully love, some critically great like The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Muppet Christmas Carol and Love Actually, and others…

A Simple Favor (2018)

It would be fair to say that director Paul Feig has been very much at the forefront of a female centric comedy films for the past decade. With films like Bridesmaids, The Heat, Spy and Ghostbusters to his name, it is clear that Feig is in his element when collaborating with talented actresses, telling funny…

Snatched (2017)

It’s fair to say that I have something of a mixed relationship with the work of Amy Schumer. Whilst I absolutely loved 2015’s Trainwreck, I had a much less enjoyable experience with the comedian’s recent Netflix stand-up special, finding it to be uninspired and vulgar for vulgar’s sake. Now back in the realm of feature…

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…

Spy (2015)

The cinematic partnership of Paul Feig and Melissa McCarthy is one that has brought me feelings of immense enjoyment over the years. Both Bridesmaids and The Heat are, in my opinion, two of the funniest female-centric comedies of the last half a decade, and it is under Feig’s writing and direction that I feel McCarthy is…