1.5

Hellboy Review

As much as I shouldn’t be, I’m comparing Neil Marshall’s Hellboy to the Guillermo Del Toro efforts of the mid 2000’s. I just can’t help myself. What Del Toro did with those films was create a wonderful univers...
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...
1.5

Reprisal Review

Frank Grillo stars as Jacob in recent Defiant Screen Entertainment release Reprisal, a bank manager, whom after a bank robbery, begins to try and track down the perpetrator, Gabriel (Jonathon Schaech), alongsi...
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...
2.5

Occupation Review

The Australian film industry is one that produces some extremely fine films. The Castle, Rabbit Proof Fence, The Babadook, and more recently, Sweet Country. They’re all fine films. We make low-key dramas, come...
3

Skyscraper Review

In writer/director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s Skyscraper, Dwayne Johnson (working with Thurber for a second time after Central Intelligence) goes to heightened lengths to save his family from a scorching skyscra...
3

Tomb Raider Review

In video games, the cut scenes that occur in between the shooty, punchy, player driven moments, are traditionally the moments that character development is delivered. They're the context sensitive elements that...
3

The Commuter

The Commuter centres on Michael MacCauley (Liam Neeson), an ex-cop turned insurance salesman who has spent the last 10 years riding the same train to and from work. One day he is confronted by a woman named Joa...
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 ...