Tuesday’s Reviews – Lego Batman (2017)

Let's be honest, Batman has something of a chequered history when it comes to live action adaptations of the comic book character. Aside from the supremely cheese but colourful television show of the 1960s and the best forgotten Joel Schumacher films of the late 90s, the Dark Knight has provided something of a literal interpretation.... Continue Reading →

SUNDAY RUNDOWN – THAT’S WHAT SHE READ

It's Mother's Day so I hope you all treated your mothers with something lovely. Or that your children surprised you with something wonderful. On Instagram today I've been celebrating my favourite literary mother: Molly Weasley. There aren't many positive examples of motherhood in the world of Harry Potter because, quite frankly, there aren't many of them.... Continue Reading →

TBT – Chasing Amy (1997)

I've never really been a massive fan of Kevin Smith films. When I was at university I lived with a guy who loved him and wouldn't hear a bad word said about the director. I mean Clerks is a silly but enjoyable enough watch and I did enjoy Dogma. However, I think Smith was severely overrated.... Continue Reading →

TBT – X2 (2003)

If you'd asked me before I saw Logan last week, which film in the X-Men series was my favourite I would have confidently answered "Bryan Singer's second film".  It took all of the good things about the first film but made them much better. It also has one of the best endings to a comic... Continue Reading →

Tuesday’s Reviews – Logan (2017)

We've known for a while that Hugh Jackman was on his slowly moving towards his final outing as the character he's played since 2000. For 17 years Huge Ackman has continued to prove that nobody could have been cast in the role of Wolverine and has gained a phenomenal number of fans. So when the... Continue Reading →

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