Thursday 12 Dec 2013
Review: Thor: The Dark World
October 30, 2013 · No comments
Review: The latest Marvel film pushes the boundaries of their growing universe, determined to turn mainstream cinema audiences into comic buffs.
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Rapid Reviews: Captain PhillipsOctober 22, 2013 · No comments
REVIEW: Avast ye! These pirates are swooping aboard the cinemas with nary a peg leg to be seen, but plenty o' Oscar gold in their sights, mateys. Arrr?
Rapid Review: RiddickSeptember 23, 2013 · No comments
REVIEW: The third chapter in the chronicles of Riddick returns to the darker vibes of the first film, but struggles to find a hook to hang on to.
Rapid Review: JobsSeptember 20, 2013 · No comments
REVIEW: An indie gem gives a neat overview of the tech guru's life, even if it is often preaching to the converted.
Review: The WolverineJuly 29, 2013 · No comments
The Wolverine’s second solo adventure tips its hat to the comics, and focuses on character for a mature action epic.
Review: Behind the CandelabraJuly 23, 2013 · No comments
The prince of the piano steps back into the limelight as this funny and insightful...
Review: Pacific RimJuly 10, 2013 · 2 comments
Monsters from the deep fighting giant robots: it’s the stuff that our wildest dreams are...
Review: The Lone RangerJuly 2, 2013 · No comments
Hi-ho Silver, the Lone Ranger is away again! These ain’t yer daddy’s cowboys, as Gore...
Review: Man of SteelJune 29, 2013 · No comments
REVIEW: Warner relaunches its DC Cinematic Universe with its most famous of characters, but is it still Superman?
Review: Much Ado About NothingJune 25, 2013 · No comments
REVIEW: Shakespearoids assemble! Joss Whedon has tamed the geeks, but now he tackles an even tougher crowd: art house cinemas.