Theatrical Reviews

A brilliant gross-out comedy with three cracking leads, which remains funny until the very end.

A pulsating & riveting film with outstanding leads, and an unpredictable storyline in one of Tarantino’s best.

A heartwarming tale of triumph over adversity, but at times it feels a little forced.

More madcap fun, but more misses than hits for the Angry Birds.

A pure popcorn flick as equally dumb as the F&F franchise, but with more engaging leads.

A tender, tense, brooding drama with two fine leads is blown out of the water by a bizarre final act.

A visual feast of a film, but will be knocked for it is a shot for shot retelling & thus lack of originality.

An intriguing opening soon turns into a run-of-the-mill zombie movie, but with smug & self-satisfied script.

A good concept for a buddy comed, but the script doesn't match up, so no 5 star rating for this vehicle.

A great cast cannot elevate this rather tepid script which is short on scares and low on originality.

Engaging and entertaining, with some fine lead performances, but it doesn't quite live up to the prequel.

A limited plot is counterbalanced by some strong performances, cracking tunes and a warm gooey centre.

Another brilliant & compelling documentary with a remarkable rags to riches, saint to sinner protagonist.

A quirky offbeat comedy with a strong cast which should spell success, but actually spells disaster.

An engaging script with a fine lead in Emma Thompson, but it loses its way by the finale, opting to play safe.

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