Edgar Wright's Baby Driver is an interesting piece of contemporary film. It markets itself as an ultra cool car chase film, but in reality is more of an entertaining love epic / musical. It's sweet as hell, and stylish as f*ck, but it was missing that trademark Wright humour that we've grown to love.
After a long and gruelling wait, Christopher Nolan's war epic Dunkirk has finally landed, and it's a remarkable achievement not only in its genre, but an achievement in modern cinema.
Comedy veteran Kumail Nanjiani brings us an unconventional romance full of life and love, whose characters bring a smile from ear-to-ear. However, unlike your typical romantic comedy, The Big Sick actually has soul.
A modern interpretation of a classic with a magnetic female lead. Florence Pugh is incredible. Dark, manipulative and unforgiving. A disturbing but thoroughly moving tale.
There's nothing that works here. Tom Cruise leads a host of one dimensional characters in a messy setup of this underwhelming 'Dark Universe'. The Mummy is terrible.
Wonder Woman is without a doubt, one of the best superhero films of recent years. It's popping with energy, charisma, and superb storytelling. Gal Gadot is unstoppable and a perfect fit for the Amazon princess. It took 75 years of waiting to get this character from comic to screen, but it was worth it.
A refreshing and hilarious take on modern politics through the insane rivalry and rage of two former college friends. A relevant commentary on the state of the world right now.