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Review of Skyscraper

Review of Skyscraper

Duane Johnson seems to churn out films at an alarming rate. He’s back in cinemas in an extremely typical role as Will Sawyer, a security expert who has travelled to…

Review of Swimming with Men

Review of Swimming with Men

Eric Scott (Rob Brydon) is suffering a mid-life crisis. Unfulfilled at work and convinced his wife is having an affair, he only seems happy swimming lengths in his local pool.…

Review of Adrift

Review of Adrift

When experienced sailor Richard Sharp (Sam Claflin) agrees to sail a friend’s yacht from Tahiti to San Diego, his new girlfriend, Tami Oldham (Shailene Woodley) accompanies him. But when an…

Review of Ocean’s 8

Review of Ocean’s 8

Conventional wisdom says that Steven Sodebergh’s loose remake of Ocean’s 11 was an improvement on the original but the sequels were of increasingly deteriorating quality. Whilst I agree with the…

Review of Sicario 2: Soldado

Review of Sicario 2: Soldado

Sicario was my favourite film of 2015, so whilst I was pleased to see a sequel was being made – without the original star Emily Blunt and director Denis Villeneuve…