T2: Trainspotting (2017)

Danny Boyle has never made a sequel to one of his films, until T2: Trainspotting, adding a sequel twenty years after his cult hit of Trainspotting. Again, T2: Trainspotting treads the same ground that formed the basis of Trainspotting in adapting Irvine Welsh’s novels, but this time working Welsh’s novel Porno into the mix. Trainspotting... Continue Reading →


Dirty Grandpa (2016)

Dirty Grandpa seems to be a universally loathed film. From reviews to podcasts to word of mouth, it seemed as though Dirty Grandpa did not have an audience anywhere. Considering the success of Efron’s Bad Neighbours and Robert De Niro, you know being Robert De Niro it surely can’t be that bad. Right? Surely! Efron... Continue Reading →

Das Boot (1981)

During the late seventies and early eighties, some of the greatest war movies were produced, including The Deer Hunter, Apocalypse Now, Platoon and Full Metal Jacket. Das Boot is commonly known for being a war epic, but that long war film in a submarine. Depending on which version you have seen, Das Boot can range... Continue Reading →

La La Land (2017)

After sweeping up at the Golden Globes and continuing it’s trend by sweeping up many BAFTA nominations La La Land looks to be hot property heading into the Oscars. Damien Chazelle first made everyone take notice of him with Whiplash back in 2014, and this was a love affection with jazz music. Enter stage left La... Continue Reading →

Morgan (2016)

After working on some of his father’s projects like The Martian and Exodus: Gods and Kings, Luke Scott has attempted to make his own mark on the filmmaking world with Morgan. In the run up to the films release, Morgan made some noise but then slipped and fell by the wayside. Morgan had themes of a Sci-Fi Thriller throughout... Continue Reading →

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