Tagged: Adventure

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi

I can’t believe I’m writing this, but The Last Jedi was a big disappointment for me. I saw it last night and it still hasn’t quite sunk in. After the...

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Justice League

PRE-MOVIE THOUGHTS: Up until very recently, I’d been cautiously optimistic regarding Justice League. I enjoyed Man of Steel, despite some faults, and I thought that Henry Cavill was perfectly suited...

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Paddington 2

I’m always wary heading into the cinema to see a ‘family’ movie, especially those featuring a CGI main character interacting with live human actors. Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Smurfs,...

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A Bad Moms Christmas

I always start my reviews of movie comedies by complaining how most of them just aren’t that funny. Usually having a raucous trailer which combines every single one of the...

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Thor: Ragnarok

Thor movies have always been a bit hit and miss for me. The first one did a pretty decent, standard job of introducing Thor and the mythology surrounding him and...

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War For The Planet Of The Apes

Finally, after a recent lengthy spell of average or just plain disappointing blockbusters, along comes War for the Planet of the Apes to show them how it’s done. The first...

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Spider-Man: Homecoming

So, here we are. At last. After a couple of great movies, a really poor third movie and a disastrous reboot/sequel, it was beginning to look as though one of...

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Despicable Me 3

The original Despicable Me is a firm favourite in our house. If we come across it while channel hopping, it usually stays on until the end and still manages to...

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Okja

Okja created a fair bit of buzz at Cannes recently, when it was revealed that it had been picked up by Netflix, resulting in boos from some of the snobby...

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Preacher S02E02

So, Cassidy wonders if The Saint Of Killers is some kind of Terminator… Well, after yet another impressive opening scene, you’d be forgiven for thinking as much.