“A solid finale that suffers from a lack of its primary antagonist. When he does appear, Pennywise is once again the star of the show”
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The final X-Men movie in the Fox era retires our heroes in monotonous fashion
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Michael Dougherty’s monster sequel delivers destruction and mayhem but is not without its flaws
Continue reading Review | Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Two of the greatest comic book franchises of all time collide in Jake Castorena’s outstanding animated adaptation
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Megan travels to the village of Berk to review Dreamworks’ How to Train Your Dragon 3
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With so many fantastic elements, The Lego Movie 2 will easily appease fans of all ages and have them queuing at the cinemas for weeks to come.
Continue reading Review | The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
Carl offers his perspective on James Wan’s incredibly immersive DC Universe blockbuster
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Under the watchful eye of James Wan, Jason Momoa has been allowed to thrive as Arthur Curry and delivers the best performance of his career elevating Aquaman back to prominence.
Continue reading Review | Aquaman
A contemporary polish on the events of previous Rocky movies lends its brilliance to Adonis Creed’s legacy in Steven Caple Jr’s emotional sequel…
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Steve Alten’s fantastic novel finally hits the big screen but lacks the killer instinct to make a big splash
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Megan embraces her inner superhero to go beyond the narrative of Disney’s The Incredibles 2
Continue reading The Incredibles 2 | Non-Spoiler Review
Carl pushes play on the Blu-Ray release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi Not a Blu-ray of the First Order.
Continue reading Review | Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Blu-Ray, DVD & Digital)
It’s time to go “ALL IN” with Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman for the ultimate superhero team up!
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With a sprinkle of nostalgia, director Chris McKay affords The Dark Knight a fresh and funny approach…
Continue reading Review | The Lego Batman Movie