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  • AKA



    "I have the guy we need."

    Really enjoyed this one - a fusion of various elements from Extraction, Eastern Promises and The Bourne Identity. This French action thriller follows a special ops agent , who is assigned a mission to infiltrate a crime family in order to ultimately make 'contact' with a wanted terrorist.
    As someone who had a great time with another French action flick 'Lost Bullet', this reuses lead Alban Lenoir, that sees him on fine form as…

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


    "It really is good to have friends."

    Well, it's nice to see the MCU back in business. After a barrage of lacklustre tv and movie content, this takes one of it's key franchises, and turns things up to eleven. Director James Gunn has made no secret of his decision to leave this world behind (coupled with the fact he now overseas DC movies), so he ensures things go out on a high. Gunn throws everything but the kitchen sink in…

Recent reviews

  • Sharper



    "If you're going to steal, steal a lot."

    I don't recall enjoying a 'confidence' themed flick as much as this one. There's a lot to like from it's character titled chapters which very much play with the narrative, and a host of good performances.
    Sebastian Stan shows he's well and truly made a name for himself away from the MCU as the darkly charismatic Max. Julianne Moore also impresses and seems to having a great time. John Lithgow pops up…

  • STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie

    STILL: A Michael J. Fox Movie


    "Gravity is real - even if you're only falling from my height."

    Anyone who's read Michael J Fox's hugely compelling Lucky Man will likely have an idea of the content here, but this terrific documentary gives his story a whole new dimension.
    Fox never seems anything less than one hundred percent honest during the interviews, seemingly baring his soul in parts. Despite his sixty-one (!) years of age, and his condition, Fox still cuts quite the charismatic figure, and it's…

Popular reviews

  • The Tomorrow War

    The Tomorrow War


    "I hate to agree with conspiracy Santa..."

    Based on some very lacklustre trailers, tepid promotional artwork, and it's direct to streaming nature, this had me sharpening my critical knives prior to viewing. I'm unexpectedly happy to report that it's more than worth your time if you're a fan of the genre. Although it doesn't get much beyond it's premise of Chris Pratt Vs Aliens, it never takes itself too seriously and has more than a bit of fun with it's…

  • The Map of Tiny Perfect Things

    The Map of Tiny Perfect Things


    "Is that Darth Vader or Yoda?"

    I never saw this one coming! What an utterly charming little film. I'm far from the biggest fan of the rom-com genre, but the fusing of it with a 'time loop' scenario elevates it above the ususal fare. Yes, Groundhog Day wrote the book on this, and it's referenced more than once in the film, as is 'Edge Of Tomorrow'. But this time around, it's more of a 'knowing' journey with lead Kyle Allen…