REVIEWED: AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR 9/10. SPOILER-FREE

So, here it is - ten years in the making, eighteen films down and it has all been leading up to this. Every Infinity War review I have read, shows how hard it is to review this film without spoiling anything. As I live in the UK, I managed to see it one day before … Continue reading REVIEWED: AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR 9/10. SPOILER-FREE

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PREDICTIONS: 90th ACADEMY AWARDS PREDICTIONS

Last year I made some Oscar predictions - which by the way, I got 20 out of 24 correct - and because I am so great at these predictions.. and I've spent so long reviewing all the Oscar films, so I could talk about them now. I am going to do the main categories at … Continue reading PREDICTIONS: 90th ACADEMY AWARDS PREDICTIONS

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 18]: BLACK PANTHER. 8.5/10 or an A.

SYNOPSIS Following up his impressive introduction to the MCU in Civil War, comes Black Panther. Black Panther is the 2018 Marvel film starring Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa, with an amazing supporting cast of: Lupita Nyong'o as Nakia, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Daniel Kaluuya as W'Kabi, Letitia Wright as Shuri and Micheal B. Jordan as the … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 18]: BLACK PANTHER. 8.5/10 or an A.

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 13]: WONDER WOMAN 7.5 – B+

SYNOPSIS After her impressive "introduction" in the massively unimpressive Batman vs Superman, Wonder Woman was top of many's most looking forward to 2017 list, including mine, which you can find here. Set in 1917, we meet Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), the daughter of the Queen of the Amazonian island of Themyscia. The island is hidden, … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 13]: WONDER WOMAN 7.5 – B+

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 9]: LEGO BATMAN MOVIE 7/10, B-

SYNOPSIS Off the back of an instant fan favourite Batman from the unexpected hit: The Lego Movie, comes his spin-off. The Lego Batman Movie, follows (for the first time since god knows) a normal Batman, that doesn't moan, cry or feel like the world doesn't like him. Instead we get the over-confident incredible Batman we … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 9]: LEGO BATMAN MOVIE 7/10, B-

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 8]: THE DISASTER ARTIST 8/10 – A-

SYNOPSIS Based on the 2013 book by the same name - which in return documents the 2003 cult classic; The Room, The Disaster Artist is a comedic, timely and thoughtful film which incorporates a lot of heart and soul, and is one hell of a tribute to the cult classic in every way, from the … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 8]: THE DISASTER ARTIST 8/10 – A-

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 5]: IT 8.5/10 GRADE: A

SYNOPSIS "It" is the 2017 adaptation of the Stephen King novel of the same name. We follow the "Loser's Club" - seven young children who are determined to find out why kids have disappeared in the hometown. The latest disappearance being a seven year old boy named Georgie, Georgie is the younger brother of the somewhat leader … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 5]: IT 8.5/10 GRADE: A

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 3]: CARS 3. 6.5/10 GRADE: B

SYNOPSIS After dominating the sport since we last saw him in the first Cars (we just forget about Cars 2 - it never happened), Lightening McQueen must struggle with the emergence of newer, faster, more tactical opponents with added technology. After what seems as his career ending race, McQueen makes it his mission to prove … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 3]: CARS 3. 6.5/10 GRADE: B

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 2]: KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE. 5.5/10; GRADE: C

SYNOPSIS Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the 2017 sequel to the surprise hit of 2014. Golden Circle continues Eggsy's adventures as a Kingsman until an organisation shattering event pushes him out of his comfort zone, leaving him, his family and his country in danger. This sequel aims to go bigger and better, expanding across the pond … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 2]: KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE. 5.5/10; GRADE: C

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 1]: GET OUT 8.5/10 – A

SYNOPSIS Get Out is the 2017 directional debut of Jordan Peele; one half of the infamous Key & Peele. Get Out follows Chris Washington [Daniel Kaluuya] and Rose Armitage [Allison Williams] an interracial couple who are about to face any couple's nightmare; meeting her parents. After what seems as "skeptical thinking", it soon turns out … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 1]: GET OUT 8.5/10 – A