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Does 3D ruin cinematic realism, or add to it?

3D movies are nothing more than a gimmick, a new film industry trick designed to coax us back into theatres. There was a recent time when the movie industry was truly struggling, and 3D was the shiny new toy to get us interested, because we’re easily distracted. I can’t think of a 3D movie that […]

Female Ghostbusters: New Faces, New Heroines

In 1984 the original Ghostbusters starred Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Fast forward 32 years and the Ghostbusters are back again, but this time with a female cast. Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon will be starring in this remake, directed by Paul Feig. With a hilarious star-studded cast, it seemed like things should […]

Kidnapping Freddy Heineken

If Carlsberg did feature length films about the abduction and ransom of its entrepreneurial founder they would probably be far superior to Daniel Alfredson’s laborious and entirely non-thrilling depiction of the real life events of Kidnapping Freddy Heineken. Long story short: a group of friends in Amsterdam in 1982 are denied a bank loan to […]

John Wick

When three Russian thugs kill John Wick’s dog, his world falls apart. As a result, he’s sucked back into his violent past, with a reimagined New York providing the perfect arena for this well-handled revenge thriller. Teaming up with his former stunt double on The Matrix, Keanu Reeves reminds us of the presence he can […]

The Age of Adaline

After miraculously remaining 29 years old for almost eight decades, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) has lived a solitary existence, never allowing herself to get close to anyone who might reveal her secret. But a chance encounter with charismatic philanthropist Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman) reignites her passion for life and romance. When a weekend with his […]

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

Sponge has previously been a by-word for feeding off other people and giving very little back but not for much longer because there is a sponge out there turning the tables on this perception. He is leading sponge-kind from these sorts of prejudices much like if Dr Martin Luther King had been a sponge, I’m […]

The Voices

Horror comedy is a bit of a tonal tightrope as a genre, and Marjane Satrapi’s attempt to walk it is a pretty bold one. Ryan Reynolds stars as Jerry, a seemingly normal, if awkward, guy who lives and works in a small American town. His house is above a run down bowling alley and his […]

Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing

Vincent Van Gogh has been a household name for decades. His paintings are recognized and praised around the world by both fans and critics. Most know of his tragic battle with mental illness that led him to cut off his own ear and eventually commit suicide. However, there is a lot more to Van Gogh than we may […]

Summer Blockbusters Preview: Part Three

This week is all about the hilarious women (and girls) that will pop up on screen this summer. Besides all the superheroes and sequels , there are plenty of comedies to keep you out of the sun this summer. Women in law enforcement dominate the studios’ offerings, although a cartoon about a girl and her emotions could be […]

Big Game

Samuel L. Jackson stars as the President of the United States who crash-lands into a Finnish forest where he meets a young boy called Oskari (Onni Tommila) who is out to prove himself as a hunter. Together they must try to evade an assassination attempt on the president. Big Game is in UK cinemas May […]

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