The Best of… Michael B. Jordan

Michael B. Jordan is one of our greatest talents. And I am not being hyperbolic. The young performer has acting charisma coming out of the wazoo. There is not one performance of his that is bad – even in naff films. I mean, we can all sit there and sniff, grumbling about the Fantastic Four outing but you cannot deny his rambunctious and spirited Johnny … Continue reading The Best of… Michael B. Jordan

Looking Back…Fruitvale Station (2013)

In his debut feature, director Ryan Coogler depicts the life and the death of 22-year old Oscar Grant by Bart police officers is explored in a highly fueled and moving portrayal of one man and his last day. Michael B. Jordan plays Grant, as he goes about his life on New Year’s Day, before he is shot by police, while unarmed in 2009. Here, audiences … Continue reading Looking Back…Fruitvale Station (2013)

Very Popped and Delicious Kernels: Creed (2016)

What was once old is new again. 2015 was the year that classic franchises all came back; Jurassic Park, Star Wars, Mad Max, and Terminator all had new instalments last year after a long break (Some longer than others), and whilst they didn’t all hit the mark, the ones that did were outstanding. Amongst those was Creed, the seventh entry into the Rocky franchise which … Continue reading Very Popped and Delicious Kernels: Creed (2016)

Captain America: Civil War – Review

By 2016, we’d been inundated with many, many superhero films.  The increase of spandex loving, power wielding, evil fighting heroes had reached breaking point, much like Deadpool’s great ass in pants. The film industry’s over-reliance on trotting out superheroes to give us an action flick may please a lot of us but it can be wholly infuriating for a regular cinema going who just wants … Continue reading Captain America: Civil War – Review