This month we review a selection of movies from Empire’s 100 Greatest Movies list. Today is Number 70: The Lion King. From the moment that The Lion King starts, with an African-inspired song and the animals all responding to the … Continue reading 100 Greatest Movies Month: The Lion King (1994) Review
There is a great story somewhere in High Rise. The idea of huge skyscraper style apartment blocks, with the richest living at the top and the poorest at the bottom has all sorts of great potential for social commentary. Add to … Continue reading High-Rise (2015) Review
To win an Academy Award seems to be the highlight and accolade most actors and actresses vie for. To be recognised by your peers and have “Academy Award Winner” next to your name in trailers and posters can be enough … Continue reading Oscars Month: Careers which didn’t benefit from an Oscar win
Assassins Creed does resemble a video game in it’s structure. Like most video games, it is a weak, shallow narrative used to hinge impressive set-pieces and action sequences upon. Unfortunately, what works well for a video game doesn’t work well for … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed (2016) Review
This week sees the release of the movie which pits two of the biggest comic book characters against each other for the first time on the big screen. Before we see whether Snyder can deliver the movie we all hope it … Continue reading Batman vs Superman: Who is better?
The second movie in the Mission: Impossible franchise couldn’t feel more different to it’s predecessor. The first was a focused, intelligent spy thriller with a plot that kept you guessing and action scenes that worked for the story and … Continue reading Mission: Impossible 2 (2000) Review