Jason Bourne – Movie Review

The Bourne trilogy is one of the most successful and well-received movie franchises of all time. Its gritty portrayal of an amnesiac super-spy and his attempts to solve the mysteries
By Hayley Mackay on 30 Jul 2016

The Guest Review

There seems to be an emerging wave of movies that throwback to ’70s and ’80s horror films. The Guest is one of those. It’s a colorful, brave, campy, bloody and
By Jarrod Saunders on 02 Dec 2015

Child 44 Review

Tom Hardy is one of those actors that always seems to be able to elevate a movie. Whatever other problems it may have, he remains a memorable part of it
By Daniel Rom on 20 Nov 2015

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

Freezer Review

The film is set in a freezer and leaves its viewers cold. Now that we’ve got the obvious pun out of the way let’s take a look at why. Dylan
By Guest on 10 Feb 2015

Kingsman: The Secret Service – Review

Yesterday, 4th February 2015, saw the pre-screening of the upcoming release, Kingsman: The Secret Service. The fancy dress event was hosted by Times Media Films and Hyde Park Nu Metro.
By Guest on 06 Feb 2015

John Wick: Review

When I think of John Wick two words come to mind: “Baba Yaga”, which means The Boogeyman. John Wick is described as the man you call when you want to
By Byron Hendricks on 02 Feb 2015

Non-Stop: Review

Non-Stop sees Liam Neeson back in familiar territory as Air Marshall Bill Marks. From the set-up, we gather that he’s hit some hard times and the last thing he probably
By Kyle St John Peters on 27 Nov 2014

Old Boy Review

I’m not sure that I’m qualified to review this movie. Why? Well it’s certainly not because it’s so good that words cannot do it justice. It’s also not because it’s
By Kyle St John Peters on 19 Sep 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review

There is no love story. There is no humour. There is no redemption. There is no good side. There is only terror. To fully appreciate the dynamics of the characters
By Guest on 08 Jul 2014

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit Review

I remember seeing the trailer for Jack Ryan for the first time in the cinema and bursting into uncontrollable laughter for some time. It sounds like a parody from CollegeHumor;
By Daniel Rom on 23 Jun 2014

Riddick Review

The Riddick franchise is an interesting beast. On one hand, it is so entirely self-serving to his primary character, Richard B. Riddick, that each instalment feels somewhat like an attempt
By Daniel Rom on 21 Apr 2014

A Common Man Review (2nd Opinion)

Sri Lanka is no stranger to bomb attacks, and after the LTTE bombings one citizen has had enough. The Man (Ben Kingsley), as he is referred to, takes matters into
By Christine Tesco on 07 Apr 2014