If you’re a mad fan of Louis Theroux and his entertaining yet detailed Documentaries, then this is the film for you! Providing us with a detailed insight into one of the worlds most controversial religious followings, Louis delves deep to help unveil some of Scientology’s most deepest and darkest secrets.
The latest comedy to come out this summer, is Vacation, a kind-of reboot of the old Vacation films starring Chevy Chase. A standard family road trip story with discontent children and the married couple that are seemingly growing apart. There’s no new innovations in the plotlines department, but that isn’t what we look for in a comedy of this kind.
I always worry about seeing new comedies in the cinema, there’s always a bit of a hit or miss risk which you worry about, especially after forking out for an expensive ticket. At least with an action film you can be wowed by some effects even if it is Transformers 3, but comedies are laid pretty bare in the cinema, laugh or go home disappointed. I’m pleased to say that Trainwreck did not disappoint.
As Joel Edgerton’s first film where he adopts the roles of actor, director and writer, The Gift was sure to be a risky film for him. It’s certainly fair to say he excelled on all three counts . A fantastic first film for him that is sure to draw in the ratings and possibly some awards in the long run.
Another awesome instalment to the Marvel Universe. A film with a miniature man riding ants shouldn’t work at all, but somehow and someway, Marvel pulls it off!
After only seeing the first one in the cinema, The Hunger Games Trilogy hasn’t really appealed if I’m honest. The first was pretty mediocre for me the first time I saw […]
I really wanted to enjoy it. After loving the first film so much, it had to be as good if not better, but it fell miles short of any of […]
As the highest grossing film of 2015 thus far, it was a must see for me. I vaguely remember watching the older Jurassic Parks but I didn’t approach the film […]