A LEGO Brickumentary – Movie Review

LEGO has always been on the forefront of being fun, educational, and challenging. In typical upbeat LEGO style, co-directors Kief Davidson and Daniel Junge go behind the scenes to show
By Jarrod Saunders on 30 Aug 2016

Ratchet and Clank: The Movie – Movie Review

If history is anything to go by, gaming franchises turned into movies go together like oil and water. While most adaptations are based on highly successful games, which give it
By Evan Saunders on 05 May 2016

Paper Towns Review

Crash Course cartography meets paperbacked faultlessness, as these stars bring a Vlog that definitely didn’t forget to be awesome. Ok, so if you don’t know who John Green is and
By Guest on 17 Aug 2015

Big Hero 6 Review

Disney’s latest animation offering has arrived right on time, just ahead of Christmas and the school holidays. This year Disney treats the boys to a blockbuster film, yes last year’s
By Byron Hendricks on 18 Nov 2014

Step Dogs Review

With shades of Home Alone meets The Incredible Journey, because, let’s face it, your 7 year old probably hasn’t seen those and we can get away with it, Step-Dogs is
By Daniel Rom on 31 Jul 2014

House of Magic Review

A house cat finds himself in the loving embrace of a has-been magician while the trained pets and tinkering gadgets don’t want to share the limelight in their magic show.
By Guest on 23 Jun 2014

The Jungle Book Review

The Jungle Book is undoubtedly one of the most unforgettably vibrant films from the Disney Classic range. Now you can relive those childhood memories of an adventure in the jungle
By Christine Tesco on 10 Oct 2013

Planes 3D Review

Planes 3D, the latest offering from Disney, takes place in the universe of Disney’s Cars franchise. The big question is whether it should have taken flight to the big screen
By Byron Hendricks on 17 Aug 2013