Logan Reviewed by Grant Connor (Spoiler Free)

Hugh Jackman gives us a performance reminiscent of Clint Eastwood in 'Unforgiven', which alongside Darren Aronofsky's 'The Wrestler' and George Stevens' 'Shane' was a big influence for director James Mangold's take on the ageing Wolverine. Despite the obvious nods to films that involve a once heroic character damaged and out of sync with the way … Continue reading Logan Reviewed by Grant Connor (Spoiler Free)

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Pulp Fiction Reviewed by Thomas Neil

I don't want to colour the rest of the review with this statement but I'd like to say that Pulp Fiction is a cinematic gem that certainly wouldn't need a visit from Winston Wolf to fix. Now it’s hard to cover new ground with a movie that's been out for twenty years but I'll at least … Continue reading Pulp Fiction Reviewed by Thomas Neil

7 Movies Turning 10 in 2017

A decade is a pretty significant milestone for anything in life, for the film industry it's normally a cash grabbing opportunity to remaster works that generally don't need remastered, but for movie buffs it's just another excuse to re-watch some of our favourites. With that said here are my top 7 films that will be a decade old … Continue reading 7 Movies Turning 10 in 2017

Y Tu Mamá También Reviewed by Grant Connor

Y Tu Mamá También is a 2001 Mexican film following the travels of two teenagers and an older attractive woman as they drive across Mexico to a supposed hidden beach known as “Heaven’s Mouth” and gain a greater understanding of life, love, death and friendship along the way. Before I kick off a review of a … Continue reading Y Tu Mamá También Reviewed by Grant Connor

The Book of Life Reviewed by Thomas Neil

The Book of Life is adorable from start to finish. But seriously what the hell is up with the drawing style for this movie? Pretty much everyone has a horrible looking gherkin type thing for a nose. If I had to summarise this movie, and the man with a gun to my head says I … Continue reading The Book of Life Reviewed by Thomas Neil

Inception Reviewed by Thomas Neil

Inception (directed by Christopher Nolan) is a movie that I took forever to get around to watching. It isn't perfect and relies heavily upon belief in some sketchy premises to watch but other than that it's worth it. It made a distinct mark on pop culture, I am speaking of course about the “Inception noise” … Continue reading Inception Reviewed by Thomas Neil

Quickie – Mad Max: Fury Road Reviewed by Grant Connor

Mad Max: Fury Road is director George Millers great hurricane of a return to his own franchise creating the most visceral and physical instalment yet. Never before has actual stunt work and CGI blended into such perfect realism. "As the world fell, each of us in our own way was broken. It was hard to … Continue reading Quickie – Mad Max: Fury Road Reviewed by Grant Connor