Film Review: Fifty Shades Of Grey (2015)

The long-awaited ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ movie hit the big screen on Friday 13th February as its avid spectators, the majority of which admittedly seemed to be female, flocked in their thousands to witness the phenomenon springing to life throughout cinemas across the UK. Based on the notorious E.L James novel that initially sent the… Continue reading Film Review: Fifty Shades Of Grey (2015)

Film Review: About Time (2013)

‘About Time’ is the latest British romantic comedy film to come from the creators of classics ‘Love Actually’, ‘Notting Hill’ and ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’. Directed by Richard Curtis, the film tells the story of Tim Lake, who on his 21st birthday learns from his father that along with the rest of the men in… Continue reading Film Review: About Time (2013)

Battle of the Films: ‘The Conjuring’ versus ‘You’re Next’

When two major horror films are released within weeks of each other, rivalry inevitably surfaces as with James Wan’s ‘The Conjuring’ and Adam Wingard’s ‘You’re Next’ which are both currently screening throughout UK cinemas. ‘The Conjuring’ is based on a real-life family's accounts of supernatural happenings whilst 'You’re Next’ is a fictional slasher yet both… Continue reading Battle of the Films: ‘The Conjuring’ versus ‘You’re Next’

Film Review: Despicable Me 2 (2013)

‘Despicable Me’ told the story of relentless villain Gru (Steve Carell) whose super-bad status was thrown into jeopardy by rival villain Vector. With an army of minions (small, yellow, hyperactive accomplices to his ventures) Gru devised his greatest heist yet - to steal the moon, and adopted three orphans that frequented Vector’s house as an… Continue reading Film Review: Despicable Me 2 (2013)

Film Review: The Impossible (2012)

I can remember seeing a shaky handheld camera shot of the moment in which a destructive Tsunami surged out of the Indian Ocean and shook our planet on 26th December (Boxing Day), 2004. It then proceeded to tear through South East Asia, hitting countries like Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India and Thailand the hardest. It destroyed… Continue reading Film Review: The Impossible (2012)

Film Review: Taken 2 (2012)

There are varied opinions circulating regarding the release of ‘Taken 2’, the sequel to the 2008 French smash hit ‘Taken’, directed by Pierre Morel, which followed CIA operative Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) in his quest to find his kidnapped daughter. The action-thriller film was a huge success worldwide, and many people argued that a sequel… Continue reading Film Review: Taken 2 (2012)

Film Review: Titanic 3D (2012)

We know the characters, we know the story and we know that legendary director James Cameron’s filmic talents know no bounds. In that respect it comes as no surprise that the man himself has digitally re-mastered his epic romantic disaster film ‘Titanic’ and re-released it in cinemas in 3D in homage to the real life… Continue reading Film Review: Titanic 3D (2012)