The Fast and Furious series has been going on for a while. A long, long, long time. And yet somehow they’ve not run out of ideas. For here is there literal spin-off. Taking Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham’s titular characters, the film revolves around them doing something with cars or not. Despite this being the millionth film, I’m sure it will attract legions of fans. … Continue reading Fast & Furious: Hobbs and Shaw – Brand New Trailer!
by Thomas Harris Bad Times at The El Royale practically swaggers its way onto screen, strutting its stuff to jukebox soul and rock ‘n’ roll with the sort of infectious energy that causes a dancing itch all but impossible not to scratch. Even as it descends into the maniacal, it’s all rather too cool for its own good. Villainy and malevolence is rife and those bad … Continue reading Bad Times at the El Royale – Review
Ralph Fiennes is awesome and we certainly love him behind the camera, as he returns to direct once more with White Crow! The film revolves around dancer Rudolf Nureyev (Oleg Ivenko) has he becomes a pawn in the Cold War. There’s something a bit predictable about a movie involving ballet dancers turned to spies but seeing as this is a true story and seeing as Ralph … Continue reading White Crow – Brand New Trailer!
Rebel Wilson has been a much celebrated comedic actress, wowing us in films such as How to Be Single and Pitch Perfect. Now she leads her own romantic comedy with Isn’t it Romantic. The film revolves around a young woman who hates romantic comedies only to be hit on the head and find herself transported to one. We’re in. There’s a skewering of PG-13 romantic … Continue reading Isn’t It Romantic – Brand New Trailer!
It’s hard to start a review for clearly one of the best films of the year. Definitely for a film that is about so much, packed into a ninety-five minute long opus about young black men and the horror that America has become. There is just not enough words that are going to explain why this is the film you should definitely go watch, this … Continue reading Blindspotting – Review