Dunkirk (2017): Review

When I left my parents, on route to see Dunkirk, my Grandma scoffed, dismayed by the films she was familiar with that glorified a horrific time she lived through. Dunkirk, whilst not without it's moments of hope, is certainly not all about glory. Dunkirk is a tense, often uncomfortable watch, which never quite gives you …

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – Film Review

You may notice that the first Guardians of the Galaxy scores very highly with most people, as both a standalone film and as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When it arrived it presented a fresh new take on a genre people were worried was on the verge of stagnating. It was Marvels way of saying …

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Ghost in the Shell: Review

Ghost in the Shell is a phenomenal film that’s made waves in all hemispheres. It was one of the first films to truly nail the themes surrounding a cyber-future and trans-humanism.  It’s a shame, then, that the 2017 remake is just really rather average – rather forgettable. The film is by no means a bad piece …

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Go Go, Power Rangers 

Wow, so this was a surprise... *** WARNING: Spoilers Ahead *** Due to our Cineworld cards, Kirsty and I go to films I wouldn't have paid a single pound to see, let alone ten of them. It's safe to say that Power Rangers was one of these films. At the end of the day, it …

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