Godzilla: King of the Monsters – Michael Dougherty (2019)

Big ol' monsters bashing into each other makes up the premise of Godzilla: King of the Monsters and it certainly delivers. A perfectly enjoyable spectacle, you'll have fun with the special effects and the commendable sound design. The cast are very much below par with their performances but that doesn't matter. You're here to see monsters … Continue reading Godzilla: King of the Monsters – Michael Dougherty (2019)

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile – Joe Berlinger (2019)

A standout showcase of the acting abilities of both Zac Efron and Lily Collins. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, is a fine retelling of the famous serial killer's story. Assuming you have watched Joe Berlinger's documentary first. Acclaimed documentary and TV director Joe Berlinger helms his first "fictional" feature film in 19 years. Whilst technically a … Continue reading Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile – Joe Berlinger (2019)

Atomic Blonde – David Leitch (2017)

Strong performances and excellent action sequences save Atomic Blonde from being a mediocre spy thriller. The plot is predictable and the characters one dimensional, but the action is fantastic, the soundtrack thumping and the visuals excessively colourful and stylish. There is a lot to like here for the viewer willing to turn their brain off and watch … Continue reading Atomic Blonde – David Leitch (2017)

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum – Chad Stahelski

Arguably the best so far John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum is a tension filled, high octane action flick that doesn't miss a single beat Continuing with the only films he has directed to date, Chad Stahelski brings the third instalment in the John Wick franchise. A franchise built on the idea that a group of stunt … Continue reading John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum – Chad Stahelski

Avengers: Endgame – Joe and Anthony Russo (2019)

THIS REVIEW CONTAINS MINOR SPOILERS It's epic, it's loud and it's colourful. Avengers: Endgame brings together a celebration of all things MCU and ties off nicely the Infinity Saga. If you haven't seen it already, you really should. This is something people are going to be talking about for years. 11 years and 22 films in the making, Joe … Continue reading Avengers: Endgame – Joe and Anthony Russo (2019)

Hellboy – Neil Marshall (2019)

Horrendous in almost everyway, the Hellboy franchise reboot falls flat on its face with bad dialogue, a boring story and utterly disengaging action sequences. There is quite literally nothing good about this film.  Directing his first cinema feature release in nine years, Neil Marshall helms the Hellboy franchise reboot. Wiping the slate clean of Del Toro's duo of Hellboy films, released … Continue reading Hellboy – Neil Marshall (2019)

The Highwaymen – John Lee Hancock 2019

The good guy's version of the classic tale of Bonnie and Clyde's brutal crime spree. The Highwaymen showcases excellent performances from its two leads but unfortunately is never quite as compelling as the villains tale. Nonetheless it is very entertaining and certainly worth viewing. Coming off the back of two "loosely based on a true … Continue reading The Highwaymen – John Lee Hancock 2019

Captain Marvel – Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck 2019

Lacking anything special Captain Marvel struggles to stand out in a sea of superhero films. However it does measure up to the quality we have come to expect from the MCU and therefore is worth the watch if you're still fully on board with the franchise at this point. Whilst failing to break new ground in any … Continue reading Captain Marvel – Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck 2019