A Quiet Place Part II (2021) Review

A Quiet Place Part II (2021) Review

A Quiet Place Part II fails to silence those nagging doubts Picking up not just where the first movie left off but actually before the first movie started, A QUIET PLACE PART II quickly and efficiently sets the scene for the drama to come. It’s good to see Krasinski back in these early scenes, underlining ..

DC League Of Super-Pets (2022) Review

DC League Of Super-Pets (2022) Review

Who let the Super-Dogs out? In a world dominated by caped crusaders and maniacal villains, sometimes it takes a pack of paw-some pets to save the day. But does DC League of Super-Pets really have the bite to match its bark, or is just DC’s answer to a question nobody asked about Paw Patrol? Krypto ..

Netflix’s Animal Crackers (2020) is the perfect school holiday snack

Netflix’s Animal Crackers (2020) is the perfect school holiday snack

Netflix’s latest family-friendly offering is a movie which once again, unsurprisingly, has had a troubled path to the screen. Originally premiering at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival in 2017, it was due to be released first by Relativity Media, then Serafini Releasing and Entertainment Studios before eventually ending up with Netflix for a release ..

IF (2024) Review

IF (2024) Review

John Kransinski all but weaponises whimsy in charming but slight fable IF Writer/ Director John Krasinski has a passion when it comes to his projects, and that passion is family. You can see it in A QUIET PLACE and its sequel, and it forms the beating heart of his latest offering, IF. Determined this time ..

Free Guy (2021) Review

Free Guy (2021) Review

Free Guy manages to find soul in the soullessly corporate Logging in to Free Guy, a sensation of corporate synergy that exploits the charm of The Lego Movie (while also borrowing its basic plot structure), updates the digital worldbuilding of Tron, and commercialises the existential crisis of The Truman Show, we find ourselves in Free ..

Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness (2022) Review

Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness (2022) Review

Raimi red-lines the rating limits in Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Although it pays lip service to the ongoing ramifications of The Blip, DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS is the first of Marvel’s Phase Four films to exist outside the shadow of the many lingering questions left by the sudden disappearance ..

A Quiet Place (2018) Review

A Quiet Place (2018) Review

A Quiet Place has plenty to shout about Silence has never been so loud as it is in John Krasinski’s nerve-shredding horror debut, “A Quiet Place”. In a post-apocalyptic world overrun by monstrous predators who hunt by sound, Lee and Evelyn Abbott (real life husband and wife John Krasinski and Emily Blunt) eke out a ..