Theatrical Reviews

A fun, tense naval tub-thumper, but in all fairness Gerry has definitely seen and done better before.

Fun, funny, and packing plenty of thrills, Halloween is an enjoyable nod to the John Carpenter classic.

A slow-burning, tense, dramatic, fascinating and visually thrilling film with great all round performances.

A tense, nerve-jangling affair with a cracking cast, which certainly looks great but feels a touch overlong.

An unnecessary sequel, but this easy watch with its impressive cast still manages to pull off a few good gags.

Despite an interesting anti-hero & a fine cast, a weak script, tone & characterisation render Venom toothless.

An incredible, impactful film from a debut director, who has teased out two truly remarkable performances.

A slick, suspenseful and sophisticated thriller, with great leads but a slightly over-elaborate plot.

A full blown visceral experience, but the script and plot do not match the action sequences, & it lacks heart.

Tense and atmospheric thriller with fine performances, which is unfortunately undone by its denouement.

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 tense horror with plenty of jumps and tension, but ultimately fails to deliver in the final act.

A stylish, fascinating, enthralling and at times disturbing film, with some first rate central performances.

A sci-fi actioner that punches way above its weight, with an engaging story & some very keen visuals to boot.

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