Tiny hero, huge amount of fun – Ant-Man review

Oh Marvel; you bring us so many wonderful films. We have come all the way from Iron-Man, past the Avengers, and now we’re here. I was of course skeptical, so the question you’ll be asking; did Ant-Man deliver? Put simply, yes, yes it did.

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The park is open – Jurassic World review

Normally I open my reviews with some kind of description that feels like a suitable introduction to the film. In my head this would help those who don’t really know much about it. But this is different – this is Jurassic World.

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Disaster porn – San Andreas review

Disaster flicks are surprisingly difficult to get right. As simple as you may think it is, it has to be just right to keep our attention. Look at The Day After Tomorrow; special effects were great, but the story was a bit dull and the film itself got boring in its second act. How about 2012; special effects were fantastic, but the cast and also the story just weren’t right and it felt more like a mockery of the 2012 theory rather than a decent disaster movie. However, I’m glad to be able to say that after viewing San Andreas, I’m very pleased.

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What’s scarier? Quite a lot – Poltergeist review

I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for horror remakes. As a wee boy I watched films like The Ring and The Grudge, and obviously I was terrified. Even to this day I find them pretty creepy. But what is important to remember, the original films were foreign classics, giving more room for originality in a remake.

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Chaotic but not shambolic – Mad Max: Fury Road review

Have you ever watched a trailer for an action film, and thought: “pfft, aye looks good but they’ll probably be all the best bits”. Sadly, this does happen to be the case when it comes to watching many films. However, director George Miller has returned to his old franchise and has crafted something ingenious; Mad Max: Fury Road.

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Top 10 – 18 Rated Films

Here it is everyone; my first top ten list. This week, I’ll be doing a list of the ten best 18 rated films of all time. I am sure many of you will have different opinions on my list so I encourage you to let me know what you think in the comments below, or by tweeting me. There may be some of you who don’t necessarily want to read the entire list. I’m not offended don’t worry, which is why I have listed the numbers of the list below, which you can click to take you to that particular number. Enjoy reading!

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An experience: Boyhood review

How can I introduce Boyhood? I could compare it to other films, or think of a witty introductory comment. But when it comes to Boyhood, this is unnecessary. It is incomparable.

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Wachowski’s Descending – Jupiter Ascending review

As we move further into 2015’s cinema offerings, The Wachowski Brothers have delivered their latest creation; Jupiter Ascending. Starring Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum and Eddie Redmayne, the film revolves around a young woman, after being tracked down by a hunter, realizing her true fate as the person to inherit the Earth, and those wanting to stop her.

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A “Kick-Ass” Spy film – Kingsman: The Secret Service review

Remember Kick-Ass? The violent, graphic novel inspired film that was a huge hit? Well the director Matthew Vaughn is back with his latest cinematic joy; Kingsman: The Secret Service.

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