• The Edge of Love

    The Edge of Love


    This was a film I was pretty uncertain about, and to be honest the only reason I made the decision to watch was because of Cillian Murphy and his cheekbones. However, in the end, I ended up actually kind of enjoying it, the bright colours in the scenes and the back and forth of black and white to colour was something I found very intriguing. The plot was okay, not the best thing out there but definitely not the worst,…

  • Paper Man

    Paper Man


    Ticks all the boxes an independent drama should. This film was funny, warming and brilliantly intricate at the same time. My love for Emma Stone grows more and more every time I see her in literally anything and I'm certain she's one of the best actresses of this generation, and her character portrayal in this really proves it.

  • The Notebook

    The Notebook

    *pained sigh*

    I cannot actually express how hyped up this film is but how actually it's a load of crap.

    Sure, Ryan Gosling's good to look at and Rachel McAdams is a good actress but COME ON! The storyline's super basic and like every paperback romantic novel ever, I couldn't see why it had everyone raging and raving about something so void of imagination and individuality.

    'But didn't the ending get you?'-- Umm, no, why? Should it have? The way…

  • Deadpool


    I'm an avid marvel movie watcher and adore all the characters and comics so I was pretty excited to actually watch Deadpool as I had to wait until it came out on DVD. And after all that build-up and peers saying how incredible and hilarious it was, I was expecting something pretty great...unfortunately that was not what I got from this film.

    All the marketing and good press this film got, it distracted audiences from the fact that actually, when…