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Recent reviews

  • The Gray Man

    The Gray Man


    “You wanna make an omelette, you gotta kill some people…”

    Watching The Gray Man was the first time that I saw a film directed by the Russo Brothers which wasn’t actually set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, due to it having an extreme amount of action and there being many death-defying moments throughout the runtime, this film honestly feels like it would fit into the MCU.

    The Russo Brothers have proven over the course of their career working with…

  • Deep Water

    Deep Water


    “I don’t feel the need to dictate her choices. I accept and love her for who she is.”

    This was a film which had caught my eye earlier this year back when it released, but other films ended up getting in the way and I didn’t get the chance to check it out until now. I thought the concept was quite strange when I originally heard about it. However, I was intrigued to see if it would actually work onscreen.…

Popular reviews

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    The film that we have all been waiting for is finally here, and it has not disappointed! This completely reached my expectations and I honestly think that it might be my favourite live-action Spider-Man film.
    Before I get into the review though, I just want to briefly talk about my viewing experience, as it was one of the most exciting cinematic adventures I’ve ever been on. Everyone in the audience was cheering and applauding at certain moments throughout the runtime,…

  • The Northman

    The Northman


    “I will avenge you, Father! I will save you, Mother! I will kill you, Fjölnir!”

    After only three films, Robert Eggers has already become a master at depicting different time-periods in human history onscreen. His use of world-building is remarkable and it’s one of the reasons why his films are so interesting to watch. You get transported back to 1630s New England in The VVitch, the 1890s in The Lighthouse, and the 10th century in this, his most recent film…