A couple of months ago, Fan of the Month Sam asked for me to review Drive. One of my favourite films of 2011 despite only seeing it this year, it was every bit as enjoyable on the re-watch.
Never one to favour the conventional, I love an indie film. And Andrew Haigh’s Weekend is perhaps the most indie romance movie ever, which also happens to have the most endearing depiction of romance of all time between Glen and Russell.
Marvel’s Avengers Assemble is the first of my most anticipated summer blockbusters to be released; it certainly doesn’t disappoint. With Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and Captain America a-plenty, it has something for everyone. As always, a spoiler free review so you can experience the awesomeness for yourself at the cinema – now reviewed in 2D and 3D!
Sometimes it’s best not to know much about a film before you see it. The Cabin in the Woods, Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard’s latest collaboration, is now quite possibly my favourite film of 2012; perhaps because I didn’t know what to expect (don’t worry, no plot points here)
It’s time to play the music, it’s time to light the lights, it’s time to meet The Muppets. Finally, and with cameos a-plenty you’ll be hard pushed to find a better film to see this year
Beginners is the delightful new film by Mike Mills. Endearing, honest and heartbreaking at the same time, Beginners is one of my favourites of 2011
A Welsh Rushmore, Submarine is the most endearing film of the year