Directed by Tim Story – who, like it or not, has directed the best FANTASTIC FOUR movies to date – TOM & JERRY sees Warner Brothers take yet another stab at trying to launch the iconic cat and mouse duo to feature-length success. It immediately makes things weird by going for a WHO FRAMED ROGER ..
My Little Pony trots back to the big screen with a cinematic outing based on the wildly successful (and surprisingly cross-generational) ‘Friendship Is Magic’ incarnation of the toy franchise. As she is busy preparing for the Friendship festival, Princess Twilight Sparkle’s efforts are interrupted by the arrival of Tempest Shadow (Emily Blunt), a broken-horned unicorn ..
The latest entry in the Lego feature film franchise is also its most blatantly cynical toy commercial, offering little in return for your forked over ticket money other than a needlessly starry cast, a weak storyline and a massive middle finger to fans of the original “Lego Ninjago” cartoon series. When evil Lord Garmadon (Justin ..
Stretching the definition of ‘Original’ almost to breaking point, Disney Original Movie “Descendants 2” takes us back to the world where all the Disney Classics have been reimagined and remixed into a glossy tween fantasy soap opera. As Mal (Dove Cameron) struggles to acclimatise to a life of being good, back on the Isle of ..
A frothy, fantasy series from the late seventies/ early eighties may seem like an odd choice for a 2020 horror revival but when has that ever stopped Blumhouse, the McDonalds Of Horror™, from hoovering up an IP and then figuring it out afterwards. The result is a disappointingly underdeveloped, haphazard tales of the entirely expected ..
“War On Everyone” sees acclaimed director John Michael McDonagh taking a leaf out of Tarantino’s book and nearly everything but the front and back covers from the Shane Black playbook to bring us a profane and anarchically violent comedy so dark it rivals Vantablack for pitch blackness. Bob Bolaño (Michael Peña) and Terry Monroe (Alexander ..
War is Hell. “Fury” is very clear on this point and it goes out of its way to show you just how raw and primal it can be in an attempt to be a significant film. Set during the final months of World War II in Europe, “Fury” follows the fortunes of a Sherman Tank ..