Avengers: Endgame -Review

The time has come. It’s the be-all or end-all. The final countdown. These cheesy one-liners can go on and on, but ultimately the point comes across pretty succinctly in the title of Marvel’s latest cinematic triumph: Endgame. While I am not endeavoring to spoil the film for anyone, though I would assume people reading reviews…

Missing Link -Review

Well, we are truly into the school holidays now and, competing with the big-name studios like Disney and Warner, are the smaller, but equally as impressive and gorgeous animation studios, offering kids bright colours and fun stories, while their parents and grandparents revel in some quiet time. One such gem is the newest release from…

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part -Review

With the Easter holidays fast approaching, the cinemas are now becoming flooded with family movies. While technically Disney is in the lead with both Dumbo and Aladdin hitting screens pretty soon, the first family blockbuster to cross off the list is The Lego Movie 2! Picking up exactly where the first movie left off, The…

Captain Marvel -Review

It has to be said that Marvel studios have smartly created their own cinematic ‘flourishing’ season. From around March the excitement and exhilaration begins as the trailers and year’s instalments of the cinematic universe hit screens of all sizes and it’s actually quite a lovely experience that fans around the world can share. Marvel has…

Alita: Battle Angel -Review

While there are many franchises and story ideas that have been successfully adapted to the screen as feature films; thousands throughout the years, there are and inevitably always will be, epic flops that beg the question ‘why was this even made?’ One classic example of this that I experienced recently was  Alita: Battle Angel. The…