It’s that time of year again! After another year of movies ranging from terrible to fantastic, it’s time for my yearly roundup of the best and worst of 2022’s films! (*based on their UK release date)
Category: Film Reviews
The Best and Worst of 2021 in Film
It’s that time of year again! After another year of movies ranging from terrible to fantastic, it’s time for my yearly roundup of the best and worst of 2021’s films (based on their UK release date)! Very quickly, the worst. ‘The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’. What a terrible sequel that was. Everything that was entertaining about … Continue reading The Best and Worst of 2021 in Film
“The thing is, I was born brilliant, born bad, and a little bit mad…” (Cruella review)
The latest in Disney’s slow creative death certainly isn’t its weakest effort, but then nor is it it’s best. Despite a fabulous central performance, the film tries too hard to be the next ‘Joker’ but never quite gets it spot on.
Monthly Film Roundup: May 2021
Reviewing every film I watched in May
“Can you guess what every woman’s worst nightmare is?…” (Promising Young Woman review)
Winner of the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay and the BAFTA for Best British Film, ‘Promising Young Women’ presents a dazzling feature debut from Emerald Fennell. Sporting a vital message to society, it’s mainstream appeal is its biggest weakness as well as its greatest strength.
The Best and Worst of 2020 in Film
Well, here we are again, another year, another summary. This year's post is obviously going to be slightly different, but there has still been a fantastic selection of great films to watch, albeit from my sofa rather than a multiplex.
“I GO TO AMERICA!” (Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm review)
14 years ago, a mankini-wearing, moustached character burst from the television onto cinema screens and made his mark on comedy history. Now, he’s back tackling Trump’s America, COVID-19 and everything in between. Less fresh but more satirical, ‘Borat: Subsequent Movie Film’ is a welcome return from Sacha Baron Cohen’s most enduring character.
“It’s sort of a crazy festival…” (Midsommar review)
From director Ari Aster (‘Hereditary’) comes a modern folk horror to topple ‘The Wicker Man’. With terrifying scenes and gripping character conflicts, it’s a gory and tense experience sure to satisfy any movie lover.
“He said that wherever I went, he would find me…” (The Invisible Man review)
Loosely based on the classic H. G. Wells novel, ‘The Invisible Man’ is that rare film remake that actually works. By adapting its source material to fit its modern surroundings, it is a smart, thrilling and chilling horror that says as much about domestic abuse as it does for fun sci-fi thrills. After escaping from … Continue reading “He said that wherever I went, he would find me…” (The Invisible Man review)
“Well… if it isn’t the Wyld Stallyns…” (Bill and Ted Face the Music review)
Returning after nearly 30 years away from the big screen, the two excellent friends are back to bring a joyous film to cheer us all up. With old faces joining new ones, the film is exactly as good as the other ones – take from that statement what you will. 30 years on, and Bill … Continue reading “Well… if it isn’t the Wyld Stallyns…” (Bill and Ted Face the Music review)