REVIEWBRUARY SEASON 2 [DAY 4]: AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR [SPOILERS] 9/10 [A+].

SYNOPSIS Dubbed the culmination of ten years of story telling, Avengers Infinity War brings together the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe (except the only person that counts). After Thanos (Josh Brolin) finally steps up (and gets out of that chair) to collect the infinity stones each of which grant him a different power, he intends to … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY SEASON 2 [DAY 4]: AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR [SPOILERS] 9/10 [A+].

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REVIEWBRUARY SEASON 2 [DAY 3]: DEADPOOL 2. 8/10 [A-].

SYNOPSIS After his very successful solo film two years ago, Deadpool is back with a mission, to carry this franchise for the next couple of years (he even says so himself). After Deadpool fails to kill one of his target's, he loses everything he cares for and loses his purpose - needing someone (Colossus) for … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY SEASON 2 [DAY 3]: DEADPOOL 2. 8/10 [A-].

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 22]: DETROIT. 7.5/10 or a B+.

SYNOPSIS Based on the Algiers Motel Incident in Detriot during 1967. Detroit is the 2017 film that is directed by Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker) and has a amazing cast that is comprised of John Boyega, Will Poulter, Anthony Mackie, Algee Smith, John Krasinski and Jason Mitchell. After police officers suspect that they hear gunfire, … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 22]: DETROIT. 7.5/10 or a B+.

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 21]: I, TONYA. 8/10 or an A-.

SYNOPSIS I, Tonya follows the life of Tonya Harding; a Olympic figure skater who had everyone against her. I, Tonya explores her upbringing, her struggles and her Olympic career which all culminates in her infamous 1994 attack on Nancy Kerrigan (her rival) and the fallout of it. I, Tonya is set in the present; with … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 21]: I, TONYA. 8/10 or an A-.

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 20]: BABY DRIVER. 7.5/10 or a B+.

SYNOPSIS Baby Driver is the 2017 film written and directed by Edgar Wright; the director of much loved films like Hot Fuzz,  Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Baby Driver follows a young getaway driver called... Baby (played by Ansel Elgort), who is the best in the game. Baby suffers from … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 20]: BABY DRIVER. 7.5/10 or a B+.

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 14]: JUSTICE LEAGUE – 6.5 – C+

SYNOPSIS Justice League is the 2017 film based on the comic-book character of the same name. Set after the DCEU shattering Batman Vs Superman, we find Batman following up on Lex Luthor's gibberish. He soon discovers the danger is bigger than he imagined, and he enlists a team of The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg and Wonder … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 14]: JUSTICE LEAGUE – 6.5 – C+

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 7]: WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES 7.5/10 B

SYNOPSIS War for the Planet of the Apes is the third instalment in the new Planet franchise, with it being the last of the trilogy, the writing is on the wall - with the word "War" in the title clearly indicating this is the end of the line for some of the characters we have … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 7]: WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES 7.5/10 B

REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 6]: THE MUMMY 5/10 – GRADE: D

SYNOPSIS After the the incredible (yes, INCREDIBLE - fight me) first two Mummy movies (let's just forget about the third), watch Tom Cruise try his absolute hardest to imitate the legend that is Brendan Fraser, and remind us he is not. Watch as Universal fails in their attempt at their first instalment in their planned … Continue reading REVIEWBRUARY [DAY 6]: THE MUMMY 5/10 – GRADE: D