Batman (30th Anniversary)

Tim Burton’s Batman was released 30 years ago and to celebrate Warner Brothers have released 4K restoration prints of Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever and Batman and Robin at the cinema. As ridiculously excited as I was to snare a ticket to see Batman on the big screen it was slightly disappointing to know that … Continue reading Batman (30th Anniversary)


The Hustle

When rough around the edges con artist Penny (Rebel Wilson) intrudes on the suave and smooth con artist Josephine’s (Anne Hathaway) hunting grounds the two enter into a bet to see who is allowed to remain. Whoever can scam tech millionaire Thomas (Alex Sharp) first wins. Based on the 1988 film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels starring … Continue reading The Hustle

Vox Lux

Vox Lux describes itself as “a 21st century portrait” in its credits, but I’m still unable to decide if that is a portrait of its pop diva protagonist, fame or of our entire society. It is a film that manages to feel entirely superficial and shallow at the same time as it seems to be … Continue reading Vox Lux


Starting in 1904 in idyllic countryside, John Tolkien, his brother and mother are moved to Birmingham by their priest following their fathers death. Shortly after they are orphaned and are found another home with a well off host. This biopic then follows Tolkien’s formative years intercut with his time in the Somme during World War … Continue reading Tolkien


On the eve of high school graduation Amy (Kaitlyn Dever) and Molly (Beanie Feldstein) realise that they might have focused a little too hard on academics and not enough on partying. Especially as all those who took it easy are getting into college anyway. Determined to prove they can party as hard as they study … Continue reading Booksmart