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  • Mission: Impossible - Fallout

    Mission: Impossible - Fallout


    Following the events of Rogue Nation, the IMF team reunite to prove once again that there is nothing Tom Cruise will not do to get an authentic shot. It is this passion for authenticity, coupled with the outrageous talents exhibited both in front of and behind the camera, that render Fallout not only a technical marvel, but also a relentless action thrillride with a surprisingly understated beating heart at its core.

    The cast is truly on top form here, with…

  • Power Rangers

    Power Rangers


    With a tone, story and dialogue which feels ripped straight from an edgy thirteen-year-old's diary, some truly disgraceful CGI and perhaps the most explicit use of product placement I've ever seen, what 'Power Rangers' ultimately amounts to is surprisingly not a total abomination, but rather something completely serviceable in what it was attempting to do. That being, the reinvigoration of a dying franchise which can effectively be summarised as giant robots fighting giant monsters. Given this intricate, character-driven premise to…

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  • Mad Max: Fury Road

    Mad Max: Fury Road


    ‘My name is Max. My world is fire, and blood.’

    In the midst of huge Avengers: Age of Ultron success as the inception of the summer movie season , audiences are presented with Mad Max: Fury Road, the continuation of George Miller’s universally adored action trilogy (maybe with the exception of Beyond Thunderdome). In contrast to general audiences who may perceive this as a reboot of the franchise, this is a continuation of the original trilogy, although the director himself…

  • Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs


    I am stunned. Literally. 'Steve Jobs' is utterly incredible. The performances of the stellar cast are undeniably amazing. Fassbender, of course, is Oscar-worthy. He deserves to be remembered for this performance for years to come. I didn't even recognise Kate Winslet; she encapsulates her character so perfectly. Seth Rogen and Jeff Daniels both give brilliant performances, as does the supporting cast.

    Of course, the dialogue is excellent, as we've all come to anticipate from his highness, Aaron Sorkin. Don't even get me started with Danny Boyle's direction.

    What a wonderful masterpiece of filmmaking.