47 Metres Down

Sisters Lisa (Mandy Moore) and Kate (Claire Holt) are on holiday in Mexico when they decide to go on a daring dive in a cage to see sharks. When catastrophe strikes they find themselves 47 metres down at the bottom of the ocean, running out of air and fighting for survival. This film owes a … Continue reading 47 Metres Down

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Cars 3

Lightning McQueen (Owen Wilson) returns for the third installment in the franchise with him now the old-timer threatened by a new rookie on the Piston Cup circuit, Jackson Storm (Armie Hammer). In his quest to find the speed he needs he revisits the life of his old mentor Doc Hudson (Paul Newman) accompanied by his … Continue reading Cars 3

The Big Sick

Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani) is a struggling stand up comic who meets Emily (Zoe Kazan) at one of his gigs. Romance blossoms but Kumail's Pakistani heritage and a sudden illness threaten to break them apart. Kumail's family want him to marry a Pakistani girl and constantly arrange awkward appointments at family meals for him to meet … Continue reading The Big Sick

Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk is a masterpiece from a master film maker. As with Nolan's other films as much as possible is kept under wraps until release date, something rare in a world filled with trailers for trailers when entire plots can be gleaned from the teasers leading up to the release of a film. But … Continue reading Dunkirk

The Beguiled

Three years into the American Civil War and young Amy (Oona Lawrence) comes across a wounded Yankee soldier (Colin Farrell) whilst picking mushrooms. Taking pity on the enemy soldier she takes him back to her all girl school where sexual tension rises amongst the residents. Owner, Miss Martha (Nicole Kidman) veers between wanting to turn … Continue reading The Beguiled

The House

Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler star in a high concept comedy about parents who decide to open an illegal casino in their friends home to pay for their daughters college tuition fees. Let's get this out of the way quickly, this is an awful film with very little positive to talk about. The opening set … Continue reading The House

Okja

Okja is my first review on this site for a film that I did not see at the cinema and that on its own gives me incredibly mixed feelings about the health of the Cinema. The film, financed by Netflix has received a limited cinema release the same day as it became available on the … Continue reading Okja