It can sometimes be forgotten that Steven Spielberg is one of the best blockbuster directors ever to step behind the camera.With films like ET, Jurassic Park, The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn and the Indiana Jones series under his belt, Spielberg has repeatedly shown himself as someone who can craft spectacle and awe… Continue reading The BFG Review
Star Trek is not one of the sci-fi franchises I am fully familiar with. I’ve not seen any episode from any of the TV shows or most of the films, the only parts of the Star Trek series I’ve seen are the films from the reboot series and I have enjoyed this series. The first… Continue reading Star Trek Beyond Review
For my next Blind Spot feature, I wanted to go back to the classics and, since I have an interest in journalism of the time, along with being a fan of fast paced, dialogue heavy comedies, His Girl Friday seemed like the obvious choice for me and after watching the film, I made the right choice.
In the time that I’ve been writing reviews I don’t think I’ve seen a film get the same level of revulsion prior to release that this new version of Ghostbusters has received. Not only were there the typical sexist arseholes who were going to hate this film no matter what and harass people who do… Continue reading Ghostbusters Review
Amongst some corners of film criticism it is fashionable to hate the films of Illumination Entertainment and whilst some of their films have earned that derision, most notably The Lorax, I am more on board with them, having enjoyed the Despicable Me films and I did find Minions to be one of the funniest films… Continue reading The Secret Life of Pets Review
This is the review of mine that will probably be the hardest to write. I saw the film a few weeks ago and I didn’t know how I would even start writing the review. Then I went to see Auschwitz for myself when I went to Krakow and, seeing the camp for myself has inspired… Continue reading Son of Saul Review