One of my most anticipated films of 2012; Christian Bale finally returns as Batman in the long awaited conclusion to the trilogy in The Dark Knight Rises. Did it live up to the hype?
The first of Webb’s reboot trilogy The Amazing Spider-Man, has finally swung into cinemas across the world. Although over two hours long, it is full of fast-paced fun that will to keep even the shortest attention spans sustained this summer
Episode 12 is out on iTunes and SoundCloud today! Amy, Kieran and Rob take a look at Seeking a Friend For the End of the World and delve into films with a post/apocalyptic theme. No need to worry it’s not all doom and gloom!
Although marketed as the new Bridesmaids, Friends with Kids is incredibly disappointing; perhaps thanks to the unfair advertising
Finally getting on track and only a few months late; May’s Fan of the Month, Tom, asked me to review Terry Gilliam’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Is it as good as I remembered it? Every bit as much
Jason Segel and Emily Blunt prepare to tie the knot in The Five-Year Engagement; and like all good relationships, there are a few rocky moments. In this case; it’s far too long.
The second Snow White film of the year, Snow White and the Huntsman, is still out at cinemas. But how does it compare to Tarsem Singh’s Mirror Mirror? The answer is somewhat unexpected.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter is the first on screen history mashup from the author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies; Seth Grahame-Smith. Will this buck the trend and be enhanced by the extra dimension? Don’t get your hopes up
We’re back! After a short break away Amy, Kieran and Rob took to the cinema to see Rock of Ages, an adaptation of the 2006 Chris D’Arienzo Broadway musical of the same name.
It’s been a while since a good musical graced our cinema screens, so is Rock of Ages worth the wait? In short; no. Not even Cruise’s performance can save this one.
Another of my most anticipated summer blockbusters, Prometheus exploded onto cinema screens recently. Is it as good as I hoped? Not at first, but a second viewing proved much more favourable.
Wes Anderson returns with Moonrise Kingdom: a perfect introduction to his work for new comers, which embodies everything existing fans adore. I have a feeling this may make my Top Ten Films of 2012 list.