Category: Films

Review: Gunpowder Milkshake

Despite being released on Netflix in the United States back in July, only now are we in the UK able to finally see Gunpowder Milkshake despite two of the film’s top stars being from our tiny insignificant little island. Yes, I assume the cinema release in the UK is a way to both capitalise on …

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Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Marvel have had quite the year so far with the likes of Wandavision and Loki tearing it up over on Disney Plus as well as the release of Black Widow earlier in the summer as well. Now, Shang-Chi and the Legends of the Ten Rings has arrived, the second of four Marvel Cinematic Universe films …

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Review: Sweet Girl

I’ve been a huge fan of Jason Momoa since he first came to my attention in Stargate Atlantis around fifteen years ago now and while is career has definitely been a little hit and miss over the years, I’ve always found the man himself to be highly likeable and incredibly entertaining. He may be best …

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Review: Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins

I pretty much went into this film blind. I seen one trailer for it a couple of months ago maybe and ended up going to see it on the basis that I was running out of things to review. I’ve seen both G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and G.I. Joe: Retribution when they first …

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Review: Beckett

I’ve seen John David Washington in a few things over the years and but I’ve always been left a little disappointed with the films he’s made. While he’s undoubtedly the best thing in Tenet or BlacKkKlansman, neither of those films really clicked with me but when I first saw the trailer for Beckett I was …

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Review: The Suicide Squad

While many found flaw with the original Suicide Squad from 2016 I actually quite like it. Yes, it was a flawed film but I still found enjoyment in it and now five years later we have a new big screen adventure, this time helmed by James Gunn. The Suicide Squad doesn’t ignore the first film …

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Review: Jungle Cruise

Jungle Cruise is the latest Disney release to be based upon a theme park attraction much in the same way Pirates of the Caribbean or The Haunted Mansion but the question is, is it worthy of your attention? Now it could be the post F9 blues talking here, but I actually really enjoy Jungle Cruise …

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Review: F9

F9 is the latest entry in The Fast and the Furious franchise and unfortunately with the next two entries already confirmed, I’m already past the point of caring anymore and I want this to just end. I’ll openly admit that while the franchise left its street racing roots in the rear view mirror long ago, …

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Review: Jolt

When I first seen the trailer for Jolt I really wasn’t impressed with what I saw. Truth be told I thought it look like just another run of the mill, straight to streaming action flick and while I can’t argue that while my initial impressions were in fact accurate, I quite enjoy the film. Jolt …

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Review: Wrath of Man

Wrath of Man sees star Jason Statham once again team up with the (almost) always great Guy Richie for the first time since 2005’s Revolver. In the years since, both Statham and Richie have worked hard to perfect their art and despite a few stumbles along the way, both have since established themselves as household …

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