Reviews / 21.11.2020

Deck the halls and string up the lights, it's the festive time once again. Yet, with lockdowns and social distancing restrictions, this is likely to be a Christmas like no other. As depressing as that thought is, we can always count on the film industry to pump out a new Christmas-themed piece of escapist cinema just in time for the silly season. As fate would have it, 2020 is blessing us with a holiday movie that feels all sorts of revolutionary. An early Christmas present to enjoy at home...

Reviews / 17.01.2020

In another case of a major studio dumping a film in January and hoping no one will notice, Underwater finally arrives in cinemas after bizarrely gathering dust in the 20th Century Fox vault since production wrapped way back in May 2017. The problem of what to do with this film obviously now falls to Disney, who've seemingly discarded it at the start of 2020 to clear it off their books. After viewing the film, you begin to understand why. A film that rarely refuses to do little else but...

Reviews / 14.11.2019

Ready to feel old? The big-screen adaptation of Charlie's Angels was released almost 20 years ago. Yes, it's been nearly two decades since Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu lit up the screen with McG's (remember him?) glitzy relaunch that was all sorts of campy fun. Alright, it wasn't exactly a masterful film. And it certainly hasn't aged well. But, dammit, that movie was a bloody good early-millennium time at the cinema. After many were left disappointed with the bombastic 2003 sequel (full disclosure - I kinda love it) and...