• Heat



    That was a lot of movie.

    A powerhouse crime film of most epic proportions, fuelled by performances from 2 of the greatest to ever do it.

    Tom Hiddleston was almost as good on the Graham Norton show.

  • Everything Everywhere All at Once

    Everything Everywhere All at Once


    This is the most original, funny, creative, beautifully absurd thing I have seen in a very long time. Maybe ever if we're talking about absurd specifically.

    Never knowing where it's going, meshing genres, not letting it's foot off the gas, it's a blast from start to finish.

    Just when you think every story's been told, the Daniels come in and literally shake your brain with all the insanity that ensues in this film. Hitting both the emotional beats and the action set pieces with expert precision in every scene, there's something here for everyone.

    Just so incredibly bizarre.

  • Cars



    Sometimes life just gets a little too much to handle.

    This movie is always there.

  • Kung Fu Panda 3

    Kung Fu Panda 3


    The conclusion is quite amazing, unfortunately the rest of it doesn't quite live up to the rest of the trilogy.

  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

    Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness


    "I showed an AI 1000 hours of MCU movies and asked it to write a script of its own."

    Sigh, this was a disappointing one. Feige sold us a dream and we believed him, I mean why wouldn't we. With a title like Multiverse of Madness, who wouldn't be excited. But my general consensus would be that this film is not that. Very little multiverse, very little madness. And that is a true shame.

    If you get Sam Raimi, you…

  • The Evil Dead

    The Evil Dead


    Ouuuu, not good. Very repetitive and lessens the scare factor each time. Cool practical effect though.

  • Kung Fu Panda 2

    Kung Fu Panda 2


    The power animation holds is really something. These are certainly not just films for parents to endure with their kids, the right movies can do so much and I will continue to watch them, because they just never get old.

  • Sunshine



    Shit goes wrong in space gotta be my favourite genre out there, but this is on another level. Enjoyed most of it though.

    You get the feeling Andy Weir saw this movie at some point.

  • Mrs. Doubtfire

    Mrs. Doubtfire


    Definitely hits harder now.

  • Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

    Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit


    Not quite as cracking as it used to be.

  • The Sound of Music

    The Sound of Music


    Just such an incredibly powerful, epic, beautiful motion picture.

    And excuse my Gen-Z vocabulary, but Captain von Trapp has to be the coldest character in cinematic history.

  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

    How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


    Name a better ending. I doubt you can.

    Maybe La La Land.

    One of the truly great trilogies we have, probably the best animated franchise out there. Never gets old.