Spider-Man: Homecoming Review

Spider-Man in the Marvel CInematic Universe (MCU) was always going to be problematic. When Marvel started the MCU, Spider-Man was owned by Sony ever since the 90s as a way...

Baby Driver : the review

I must confess, I’m not too familiar with Edgar Wright as a movie director. Until this, I had only seen one of his movies, Hot Fuzz, and I was laughing...

Wonder Woman

After the not-so-stellar to downright terrible movies of Man of Steel, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Hot Topic: The Movie, otherwise known as Suicide Squad, you’d be forgiven...

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

Having (hopefully) learned my lesson about movies and changing perspectives, I made sure to see this movie twice and give myself time to think it over before putting my final...

Has Jai Courtney Found His Range?

I recently re-watched Suicide Squad and I noticed something I failed to see during my initial viewing in the theater. I was far too focused on feeling sorry for the...

The Exception

The Exception

Note: Viewed at the Tribeca Film Festival   I will always have a soft spot for anything related to World War II. The Second World War is one of the primary events...

Power Rangers

Power Rangers 2017 : The Review

Eight years. It's been nearly eight years since anything remotely passable was officially laid to film in the Power Rangers franchise. Power Rangers has had its ups and downs over the nearly...

Logan

I feel that it is important to acknowledge that Logan might never have existed if it were not for the very specific circumstances surrounding it and the trends within the...

John Wick

John Wick: Chapter 2

A great modern action film from the West. How long has it been since we witnessed that? Every action movie produced in modern Hollywood seems less concerned with actually showing...

Lego Batman

Lego Batman Review

Alexander Trovini reviews The Lego Batman Movie “Black. All Important movies begin with a black screen”. At the very start we're introduced to what kind of movie we’ve walked into. Right...