May (2014)


The Amazing Spider-Man 2, 02/05/14

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - Title

Mark Webb (500 Days Of Summer) returns behind the camera to direct this highly anticipated but extremely disappointing new entry into the rebooted franchise, largely thanks to a messy storyline that ends up both overcrowded and painfully corny.

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2 Stars


Walk Of Shame, 02/05/14

Walk Of Shame - Title

Elizabeth Banks (The Hunger Games) stars in Steven Brill’s (Drillbit Taylor) weak raunchy comedy about a reporter’s troublesome journey through LA after a one night stand, which ends up provoking more eye-rolling than laughter.

Review coming soon.

1.5 Stars


Chef, 09/02/14

Chef - Title

Jon Favreau (Elf) makes a pleasantly under the radar return to directing with this appetising indie comedy, teaming up with a few old favourites in Scarlett Johansson (Iron Man 2) and Robert Downey Jr (Iron Man) and a rising star in young Emjay Anthony.

Review coming soon.

3.5 Stars


Bad Neighbours, 09/05/14

Bad Neighbours - Title

Nicholas Stoller’s (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) latest feature pits Zac Efron (That Awkward Moment) and his college fraternity against middle-aged couple Rose Byrne (Bridesmaids) and Seth Rogen (This Is The End) in this fun and hilarious comedy.

Review coming soon.

3.5 Stars


Godzilla, 16/02/14

Godzilla - Title

The king of monsters returns to the big screen after a sixteen year absence in this entertaining but at times inconsistent hit movie, directed by the brilliant Gareth Edwards (Monsters) – a creative talent who’s star is most definitely on the rise.

Review coming soon.

3 Stars


X-Men: Days Of Future Past, 23/05/14

X-Men: Days Of Future Past - Title

Bryan Singer (The Usual Suspects) returns to the franchise he started 14 years ago to direct this fantastic and complex ‘inbetweequel’ – bringing together the original X-Men legends with the equally talented cast from the outstanding X-Men: First Class.

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4 Stars


Blended, 23/05/14

Blended - Title

Nobody’s favourite actor, Adam Sandler (Grown Ups) returns for his latest team-up with Drew Barrymore (The Wedding Singer) and director Frank Coraci (Click) to create a comedy that may be silly and predictable, but is not entirely infuriating either.

Review coming soon.

2 Stars


Maleficent, 30/05/14

Maleficent - Title

Angelina Jolie (Mr & Mrs Smith) teams up with first time director Robert Stromberg in Disney’s tentpole summer blockbuster – a visually striking reimagining of the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty, which ends up disappointingly dull and tonally conflicted.

Review coming soon.

2 Stars


A Million Ways To Die In The West, 30/05/14

A Million Ways To Die In The West - Title

After the success of his debut hit Ted, Seth McFarlane’s (Family Guy) sophomore directing attempt in the wild west cannot help but feel incredibly disappointing – a profoundly unfunny comedy with a little lot of added toilet humour.

Review coming soon.

1.5 Stars


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