Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

Despite all the negativity surrounding the film, Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice isn’t as bad as you think. That doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily great – but it’s not the worst live-action DC film out there. To celebrate the release of Zack Snyder‘s Justice League next month, here is a review of Snyder’s film Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice.  It begins following Bruce … Continue reading Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

Super Mario Bros Review

It’s time to talk about the Super Mario Bros movie and what an abomination it is to video game movies. Arguably, the first video game movie adaptations, it’s no surprise as to why there have been so little since.  Directed by Rocky Morton and Annabel Jankel, the pair seeked to create an adaptation of the Super Mario Bros games. They were given free creative licence … Continue reading Super Mario Bros Review

Weathering With You Review

Four years after his animated hit Your Name, writer-director Makoto Shinkai returns with his supernatural romance Weathering with You. The film follows a 16-year-old runaway teen who flees Tokyo to escape his suffocating life. Along the way, he meets a girl who can manipulate the weather, taking him on a magical adventure. Weathering with You follows Hodaka Morishima (voiced by Kotaro Daigo in Japanese and … Continue reading Weathering With You Review

Inconceivable Film Review

Inconceivable stars Nicolas Cage and Gina Gershon as a wealthy couple befriending a mysterious woman played by Nicky Whelan. It is the debut feature of Jonathon Baker and was released to poor reviews, with 31% on the Tomatometer – but is the movie actually bad or just misunderstood? Inconceivable follows a young mother (Whelan) who tries to flee from her abusive husband but gets caught … Continue reading Inconceivable Film Review

Work It Review

Netflix’s coming-of-age dance film Work It, starring Disney star Sabrina Carpenter and YouTuber Liza Koshy. The movie follows Carpenter’s Quinn Ackerman as she attempts to get into her dream college, but she must first learn how to dance. What could go wrong? Carpenter’s character is a straight-A student who does every kind of extracurricular activity from high school council to volunteering at a nursing home. … Continue reading Work It Review

The Bridge Curse Review

The Bridge Curse follows a Taiwanese urban legend come to life on the big screen. The Bridge Curse mixes ghost tales, curious university students and an investigative reporter in this creepy tale. But is it an instant horror classic, or just another film trying too hard? Based on the legend of the haunted bridge at Taichung’s Tunghai University, the fable begins with the story of … Continue reading The Bridge Curse Review