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Angel Has Fallen Review

Millenium Films don’t have a good reputation for quality, but occasionally they have a successful movie. One of them was Olympus Has Fallen, a film that was basically “Die Hard […]

CUB Film Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino does not need an introduction, but if you do need any information, he’s a classic and controversial figure who makes films that are often slow‐paced, dialogue‐heavy, violent and […]

Film Review: Dark Phoenix – X-men series goes up in flames

The X-Men franchise has gone on for almost 20 years, but given how Disney has now acquired Fox, it’s reaching its end. The last main entry and ending to the […]

Exclusive Review of Godzilla: King of Monsters

Five years ago, Godzilla (2014) was resurrected in a new take that polarized critics and audiences but managed to breathe new life into a property that was largely dormant ever […]

Exclusive Review of Booksmart

Man, there have been a lot of teen flicks recently haven’t there? Not that I’m complaining, as it’s a genre of film that I’ve grown very fond of. But what […]

Exclusive Review: Rocketman – Taron Egerton soars as Elton

The musical biopic has been one of the most noticeably formulaic genres of film, so much so that many of them have still been the same even after Walk Hard: […]

Review of John Wick Chapter 3 – Parabellum

In 2014, John Wick was released to audience and critical acclaim. On top of being a great action film, it managed to resurrect Keanu Reeves’s career and launched an iconic […]

Film Review: Eighth Grade

Last year, Eighth Grade premiered in the US to critical acclaim, despite that it has taken a while to get to the UK. Now, Bo Burnham’s debut feature has been […]

Exclusive Review of Dragged Across Concrete

Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cellblock 99 are two examples of why writer/director S. Craig Zahler may be the Tarantino of the 2010’s. Not only are these films good enough […]