Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen (2020) is the real live action lion king.

Having been plying his trade in more family-friendly fare – including last year’s surprise smash “Aladdin” – “The Gentlemen” sees Guy Ritchie returning to his old stomping ground, although there’s perhaps more than a little hint of autobiography in this tale of a self-styled king of his domain contemplating letting it all go and moving…

King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (2017) Review

Guy Richie wears his influences on his sleeve in Galfridian geezer romp “King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword”. He’s clearly seen “The Lord Of The Rings”, kept up to date with “Game Of Thrones” and avidly watched BBC TV’s “Merlin”. He’s even found time to take in Queen’s classic “Radio Ga Ga” video. All of…

Crimson Peak (2015) Review

Those going in to Guillermo del Toro’s “Crimson Peak” expecting an out and out horror film are likely to come away disappointed. This isn’t even really a ghost story. It’s a story with ghosts in it. In “Crimson Peak”, del Toro has brought Gothic Romance to the screen in glorious style – a perfect match…

Pacific Rim (2013) Review

Notoriously delayed from a summer 2012 release to spring 2013 before being moved once more to a prime summer 2013 release (raising the spectre of a “World War Z” style debachle), “Pacific Rim” comes as a breath of fresh air into a summer blockbuster season which while high in quality was conspicuously lacking in original…