Small Screen Reviews
Fun, funny, and packing plenty of thrills, Halloween is an enjoyable nod to the John Carpenter classic.
A fun, tense naval tub-thumper, but in all fairness Gerry has definitely seen and done better before.
A slow-burning, tense, dramatic, fascinating and visually thrilling film with great all round performances.
A powerful, engaging and hugely relevant story with sublime performances from a wonderful cast.
An unnecessary sequel, but this easy watch with its impressive cast still manages to pull off a few good gags.
An incredible, impactful film from a debut director, who has teased out two truly remarkable performances.
A fun and enjoyable sequel, but everything is not quite as awesome as the original.
A tense, nerve-jangling affair with a cracking cast, which certainly looks great but feels a touch overlong.
Despite an interesting anti-hero & a fine cast, a weak script, tone & characterisation render Venom toothless.
A poignant, powerful and thought-provoking drama with some truly sublime performances across the board.
A full blown visceral experience, but the script and plot do not match the action sequences, & it lacks heart.
Sumptuous looking, outstanding performances & a story with real heart, Crazy Rich Asians is not to be missed.
An incredible cast in a remarkable heist story, but the real crime here is the weak script & characterisation.
A complex & engaging drama with a wonderful performance from Emma Thompson, which never quite ignites.
A slick, suspenseful and sophisticated thriller, with great leads but a slightly over-elaborate plot.