3.5

Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight marks the fifth entry into this cacophonic Michael Bay helmed film series. Those who embarked on the journeys of Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Sam Witwicky (he of the Witwiccan line...
3

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Way back in 2014, Michael Bay released his fourth - and then, due to be last - Transformers film, I wrote this pretty awful review which was blatantly ignorant and really, quite stupid. It was in the ...
3

Alita: Battle Angel Review

Alita: Battle Angel centres around a 300+ year old nameless cyborg (Rosa Salazar) that Dr. Dyson Ido (Christoph Waltz) finds in a scrap heap and repairs. The cyborg, who decides after Dr. Ido’s suggestion, tha...
2.5

Bumblebee Review

As a course correct after five very successful Michael Bay directed Transformers films (making a gross figure of $1,449,356,365 at the box office), Travis Knight’s Bumblebee is a strange affair. It’s both a co...
1

Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Review

There’s a point in your life as a film critic that you realise that maybe, just maybe, the shit that used to not bother you, really starts to bother you a heck of a lot. 2018 has gone down as the year that mind...
1

Ready Player One Review

This review will contain spoilers. The eighties feels like it's the decade that spawned that pesky thing called ‘nostalgia’. The rose tinted glasses of the seventies were discovered by upstart squirts who crin...
1

Pacific Rim Uprising Review

Ok – a quick rundown of the plot. The monstrous kaiju’s at the ending of Pacific Rim have been stopped thanks to Idris Elba’s Stacker Pentecost sacrifice. His son, Jake (John Boyega), sees the hero status of hi...
4

Mac and Me

In 1988, director Stewart Raffill released his follow up to the moderately successful The Philadelphia Experiment. Raffill’s career has never been one to garner awards attention, having delivered mostly genre f...