Ratchet and Clank – Movie Review

Ratchet and Clank as a movie is something that I fully doubted would ever exist. However, I have been forced to eat crow, as a film adaptation that genuinely cares
By Daniel Rom on 27 Sep 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

San Andreas Review

Disaster is everywhere. Cities along the San Andreas fault line are ripped apart by earthquakes unlike any we have seen before. Ironically, from the boulders and debris, The Rock stands
By Byron Hendricks on 23 Jun 2015

Parkland Review

Parkland is an eye-opening fly-on-the-wall account of the days surrounding the Kennedy assassination in November 1963. The opening handheld scenes blend very well with the vintage stock footage and put
By Kyle St John Peters on 17 Dec 2014

Saving Mr Banks Review

“A spoon full of sugar makes the medicine go down…” Yet, it was far from a sweet process to have the infamous P.L Travers’ Marry Poppins film adaption see the
By Christine Tesco on 12 Jun 2014

12 Years a Slave Review

When you calculate it, approximately 11 million Africans were forcibly removed from their continent and homeland, shipped off to be slaves of other countries under the most horrid conditions. Thousands
By Sarah Xena Lee on 19 May 2014

The Amazing Spider-man 2 Review

Spider-man will he be fighting too many villains again? From the minute they announced the amount of villains in this sequel many fans got flashbacks of Spider-Man 3. Make no
By Byron Hendricks on 17 Apr 2014

The Ides of March Review

Political journalist Theodore H. White once wrote, “With the end of the nominating process, American politics leaves logic behind.” This is precisely the theme that dwells deep within Ides of
By Jarrod Saunders on 07 May 2012