Chris Nolan’s latest film tells of the infamous evacuation of four hundred thousand troops from the beaches of Dunkirk during World War Two. In lesser hands, by which I mean in pretty much anyone else’s hands, Dunkirk would be a straight forward war flick undoubtably full of rousing speeches and long scenes brimmed full of tedious…
What a time to be alive. We now live in an era where a trilogy starring a man dressed in a grey man-cancelling suit with dots on his face in order to portray a talking ape is one of the most emotionally hard hitting and brilliant blockbuster trilogies of our time.
After years of floating around in the cinematic abyss that Sony Pictures Studios imposed on Marvel’s flagship hero, Spider-Man is finally back where he belongs, nestling in the bosom of Kevin Feige.
Baby Driver is the hugely anticipated latest film from writer/ director Edgar Wright, the man famous for putting Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in world ending scenarios for ITV2.
Chris Evans puts Captain Americaning to one side to play Frank, the guardian of a gifted young girl Mary, played by McKenna Grace.
The DCEU is back with its latest cinematic instalment and, to everyone’s surprise, it’s not an absolute disaster.
Zach Braff brings a fun, feel good film with enjoyable character dynamics to the screen.