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Review: It almost seems like we are bombarded by a new Spider-Man film every other year and 2017 is no different. There’s a brand new webcrawler gracing our screens – a younger, jazzier one wearing a cool new suit. ...


[Review] – ‘El Inca’

March 3, 2017

Review: Nearly every culture on the planet looks up to people like politicians, entertainers, writers, and athletes as role models or leaders. It’s no one wonder then why there are so many biopics telling the challenging life a...


[Review] – ‘Sully’

December 4, 2016

Review: There are parts of ‘Sully’ that, to use test screening vernacular, ‘strike you the wrong way’. The film, written by Todd Kormanicki (whose credits include the unmemorable 2007 Halle Berry-Bruce Willis thriller ‘Perfect ...


Review: Beatlemania surfaces again in the form of this documentary by Oscar-winning director and Beatles fan himself, Ron Howard. ‘Eight Days a Week’ roughly follows the life of the band as they frenetically toured the world fr...


Review: Kubo opened by challenging a skeptical me with the daring lines, ‘if you have to blink, do it now’; my eyes were watering unbearably as the credits rolled and that wasn’t just because it forced me to keep them open. The...


[Review] – ‘Egomaniac’

September 4, 2016

Review: Kate Shenton’s latest feature, which made its debut at FrightFest last weekend, is allegedly based on a true story, although the director refuses to be drawn on which incidents exactly have been plucked from her real li...