Category: Films

The Wall

Not often one can be entertained for an hour and a half with only two people on screen for 129 minutes of the film, pretty impressive feat if you ask me! The wall takes...

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets is the newest flick from film extraordinaire Luc Besson, known for Le Femme Nikita and The Fifth Element. With a great lineup of actors and actresses,...

Atomic Blonde

Double crossing, epic hand to hand combat and well versed double tapping of the trigger sets up the graphic novel to hit the big screen with Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) orchestrating every move. Going...

Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is a film of three stories, one taking part over the course of a week, one taking part over the course of a day and the final one, a mere hour....

Spider-Man: Homecoming

In case you hadn’t noticed, there have been six Spider-Man movies in the last 15 years. If you are a Spidey fan in need of another one, get ready to celebrate – ‘Spider-Man: The...

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul

What if a public audience was invited into your home and minivan to witness the chaos that can appear from time to time? Diary of a Wimpy Kid offers the humour and misfortunate encounters...

Transformers: The Last Knight

As the fifth instalment in Michael Bay’s Transformers franchise, our storyline picks up in the near future when the governments of earth have outlawed the alien race of living robots. The dreaded Transformers Reaction...

Despicable Me 3

7 years after Despicable Me first graced our screens with bumbling villain turned lovable dad Felonius Gru, comes the release of Despicable Me 3. With a possibility of not living up to the original,...

The Joureny

Harbouring a civil war within the constraints of a chauffeured van, two political parties must humble their egos and reconcile their agendas to bring about peace in a nation they love. Northern Ireland was...

The Mummy

Buried in the middle of Mesopotamia, one must ask and reflect if it should have never been unearthed. Following a dying genre of film, the big screen minimalizes the power that was once ancient...