Song One Review

Song One is a featherweight indie film and the driving theme behind the film is that music brings people together. Novice Director / Writer, Kate Barker-Froyland formulated a gentle, subtle
By Meagan Taylor on 21 Jan 2016

Straight Outta Compton Review

John Singleton produces Straight Outta Compton, a biopic about one of the most influential groups in hip-hop history. N.W.A. changed the genre by producing music about the harshness of the
By Byron Hendricks on 05 Oct 2015

God Help The Girl: Review

I’m a great fan of the musical as a concept – both as a theatre form and as a film. And it’s great to see a film that steps away
By Daniel Rom on 01 Jun 2015

Pitch Perfect 2 Review

There are only three syllables that can perfectly describe Pitch Perfect 2; aca-awesome. The sequel to Pitch Perfect definitely lives up to the hype of the first film, if not
By Chelsey Walsh on 08 May 2015

Jersey Boys: DVD Review

Jersey Boys is the story of the 1960’s rock band the Four Seasons. The film follows the lives of the members from before they were part of the band up
By Guest on 24 Apr 2015

Annie Review

Annie keeps the “American Dream” alive, with her singing and dancing, bright smiles and precocious charm, in this 21st century reboot. 1982, 1999 and now 2015 has brought us a
By Guest on 23 Jan 2015

Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best Review

Brooklyn Brothers is a tale of self-discovery… Alex, a singer-songwriter finds himself in a dark place – recently dumped by “the love of his life”, and abandoned by his 3rd
By Stacey Petersen on 14 Jul 2014

Justin Bieber’s Believe Review

Justin Bieber’s sequel to Never Say Never, is surely the worst rated film on IMDB. Its meagre score of 1.5 would deter any viewer who was about to pay money
By Sarah Xena Lee on 19 May 2014

Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return Review

There has been a drastic change in the world of children’s movies since the pioneering Pixar group. The likes of Toy Story and Finding Nemo showed the world that you
By Guest on 19 May 2014

One Direction: This Is Us Review

One Direction is the boy band of our generation, whether you like it or not. Let’s just all accept this before we carry on. For as many people who don’t
By Juan Visser on 27 Sep 2013

The Sapphires Review

Judging from the trailers and movie posters, The Sapphires seems like a movie you’ve already seen, and to a large extend you already have. Nevertheless, this Australia meets Motown musical
By Jarrod Saunders on 23 Jul 2013

Katy Perry – Part of Me

‘Part of Me’ is a chronicle of Katy’s ‘Teenage Dream Tour’. It is split between concert footage and behind the scenes material that reveals aspects of the starling’s personal life.
By Neilan Adams on 26 Feb 2013

First Night

When the cover of a straight-to-DVD movie tells you that it’s made by the producer of two decent movies from 20 years ago, and some less than average Photoshop skills
By Guest on 27 Nov 2012