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REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 4]: DUNKIRK 8/10 GRADE: A-

SYNOPSIS Dunkirk is the 2017 Christopher Nolan masterpiece centered during the WWII Dunkirk evacuation. With 400,000 men stuck on Dunkirk surrounded by German forces, Dunkrik aims to show the full picture of the attempt at their retrieval, with three possible options, the first; via air, the second; via land or the third; via sea. Although … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 4]: DUNKIRK 8/10 GRADE: A-

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 3]: CARS 3. 6/10 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. 6/10 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 8/10 – 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 8/10 – A-

REVIEWED: BRIGHT 6/10 [B-]

Netflix's "Bright" is a 2017 feature length film (yes, film!) directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad), starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton. Set in a mystical world, where fairies, elves and orcs live among humans, Bright aims to explore the relationships between these "races". Smith stars as Officer Daryl Ward, an in-debt, struggling father recovering … Continue reading REVIEWED: BRIGHT 6/10 [B-]

REVIEWED & LISTED: 8 REASON BAYWATCH FLOPPED. [5/10]

With summer over and so to the summer box office, I thought I would review the film that hoped to have the best summer, and flopped the hardest (who actually thought The House would succeed?). First thing is first, this is a different type of review. Baywatch flopped, there is no denying that so instead … Continue reading REVIEWED & LISTED: 8 REASON BAYWATCH FLOPPED. [5/10]

REVIEWED: THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS 7/10

SPOILER- FREE The Fate of The Furious is the eighth (EIGHTH) instalment in the Fast & Furious franchise, this time it is Dom who turns his back on his family, creating panic, confusion and anger with the team. Dom has turned back to a life of crime with a mysterious new villain - Cipher (played … Continue reading REVIEWED: THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS 7/10

REVIEWED: LOGAN 8.5/10

SPOILER- FREE Logan is a 2017 film based on the Wolverine character played by Hugh Jackman. Wolverine has ruled over the X-Men franchise - becoming as synonymous and significant as RDJ and Iron Man to the MCU. Logan follows an older Wolverine as he fights his inner demons whilst trying to do right by his … Continue reading REVIEWED: LOGAN 8.5/10