Pan Review

British Director Joe Wright is famous for the literary adaptations of Pride & Prejudice, Anna Karenina, and Atonement. His latest work is Pan, a prequel about 12-year-old Peter’s first visit
By Meagan Taylor on 05 Apr 2016

Chappie Review

Neil Blomkamp’s tale of the first perfect artificial intelligence, “Chappie”, finally hits our screens. With Hugh Jackman on board you could not help but salivate over the possibilities for this
By Byron Hendricks on 13 Mar 2015

Prisoners Review

For anyone who hates predictable movies, cheesy endings, and the revelation that you just wasted hours of your life you’ll never get back, Prisoners – the thriller with a twist
By Stacey Petersen on 02 Jun 2014

The Wolverine Review (2nd Opinion)

The past During one of his many, many world travels, The Wolverine ends up in Japan just as the Atom Bomb is being dropped onto Hiroshima and Nagasaki. During this
By Guest on 07 Aug 2013

The Wolverine Review

After the dismal Wolverine Origins and the brilliant X-Men: First Class film, The Wolverine wasn’t as highly anticipated. My expectation for this film wasn’t too high, and yet when I
By Guest on 23 Jul 2013

Rise of the Guardians

Jack Frost, the infamous figure that nips at your nose when it’s cold, is the central figure of Dreamworks‘ Rise of the Guardians. Jack wakes up in lake not knowing
By Guest on 09 Dec 2012