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Review of Geostorm

Review of Geostorm

In Geostorm, the Earth has been subjected to severe weather conditions, caused by climate change. After millions of lives have been a lost, the governments of the world team up…

Review of Happy Death Day

Review of Happy Death Day

Released for the pre-Halloween period, Happy Death Day has slasher movie elements, but I don’t see it as a straight up horror movie. Tree Gelbman (Jessica Roath) is a selfish…

Review of The Death of Stalin

Review of The Death of Stalin

This week, there are two films on offer that I highly recommend. First up, on release in cinemas: My expectations were high for The Death of Stalin, with it being…

Review of The Ritual

Review of The Ritual

David Bruckner’s neat British horror film has a timely pre-Halloween release and I hope, despite some issues in the second-half, it stands up to its American competition at the box…

Review of The Snowman

Review of The Snowman

Best selling thriller writer Jo Nesbo’s books have been made into a couple of films before but The Snowman is the first English language attempt to introduce her troubled cop…

Review of The Mountain Between Us

Review of The Mountain Between Us

**Warning: Contains Spoilers** Ben (Idris Elba) needs to get back home to perform an operation but when his flight is cancelled he finds himself with the prospect of being stuck…

Review of Blade Runner 2049

Review of Blade Runner 2049

Having only seen the original Blade Runner once, back in the early 90s when it was re-released and having been underwhelmed by it, I decided to re-watch it before seeing…

Review of The Glass Castle

Review of The Glass Castle

In the 1960s, Rex (Woody Harrelson) and Rose (Naomi Watts) are bringing up four kids in an unconventional way. Moving from place-to-place, usually squatting in a rural home, often without…

Review of Home Again

Review of Home Again

Alice Kinney (Reese Witherspoon), recently separated from her husband Austen (Michael Sheen), moves from New York to Los Angeles with her two daughters, into her deceased film director father’s old…

Review of Goodbye Christopher Robin

Review of Goodbye Christopher Robin

This examination of the creation of the Winnie the Pooh stories by AA (Alan) Milne and the impact it has on the writer’s family is a diverting story that never…

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