BAFTA award winners

Tonight (10th Feb) is the biggest night of the year for British TV and Film, and the 72nd British Academy Film Awards are underway at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Will The Favourite be the favorite or will Bohemian Rhapsody be the champion of the night? The ceremony is once again being hosted by Joanna Lumley, who…

Aquaman review

Jason Momoa just can’t escape Atlantis. I am a big fan of Jason Momoa’s, having originally watched him as the elite warrior Ronon Dex in Stargate: Atlantis and then later as the iconic Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones. Whilst this film is a far cry from his SyFy channel beginnings, it’s great to see…

Deadpool 2 review

Just your run-of-the-mill R-rated family film  I’m not really a fan of sequels. More often than not, they’re simply unnecessary exercises in profiteering for hungry producers; especially when the first film left everything wrapped up nicely. The only thing worse than a half-hashed sequel is when they try to extend its life even further by…

Avengers: Infinity War review

10 years. 19 films. One of the biggest ensemble casts ever assembled for a Hollywood blockbuster. To say that Avengers: Infinity War is a big deal would be the understatement of the year. The stakes are painfully high. Not only for The Avengers, who must stop the Mad Titan, Thanos, from getting his hands on the fabled…

Black Panther review

Black Panther is a film with more than its fair share of hurdles to jump. In a period of cinema that feels as though a new superhero film is released every other week, it has to launch a character completely unbeknownst to an audience hungry for more of household names such as Captain America and…