This movie is essentially a feature-length Key and Peele skit. Everything audiences loved (and maybe didn't love so much) about the Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele comedy duo is utilized in this movie. Peele plays a seemingly ambitionless slacker who has just been dumped by his girlfriend. He finds and instantly falls in love with a… Continue reading Keanu Review
Having just experienced another live action adaptation of a Disney jungle movie this year (the visually stunning and highly energetic Jungle Book) the new standard had been set for movies of this kind. Now when we sit down to watch a jungle movie we will inevitably expect high quality computer generated wildlife and a story… Continue reading The Legend of Tarzan Review
There’s nothing quite like being disappointed by a film you’ve been looking forward to seeing for weeks. But waiting for the DVD release and watching it in the comfort of your own home, perhaps, softens the blow of disappointment a little bit. Keeping in mind that it takes an unbelievable amount of hard work to… Continue reading Criminal Review
Multi-million fan followings of some TV series’ have taken the series’ beyond what their creators could have ever imagined their shows would reach. The craze of shows such as the Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Mr Robot and many more has created new platforms of fandom. We’ve moved beyond merchandise and been ushered by… Continue reading Fandom Beyond the Series (Aftershows vs. Youtubers)
(This review contains spoilers for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) Like most Joker/DC fans worldwide, the release of this movie has been one of my most highly anticipated dates of the year. The director of fantastic movies like Training Day and End of Watch, brings us Suicide Squad, the latest live action movie in… Continue reading Was it a Squad Worth Waiting For?
Can you imagine having no choice but to always live in the moment because the moment you’ve just left is gone and forgotten? Or heavily depending on a system in which you can recover details about your life because although you know who you are, you can’t keep a hold on your own memories.… Continue reading Pixar Offers Insight into Living with a Mental Disability
As it is with race, gender equality, sexuality and other areas of prejudice in this world, the topic of mental and physical disability deserves to be better understood and dignified in media and education. Losing an ability you once had is one of the most difficult things that can happen to a person, and it… Continue reading Film’s Responsibility To Disability
With Hollywood under heavy criticism yet subtly shrugging off the pressure to open up the industry, we've been gifted by non other than Marvel with a lot more ethnic flavour than we're used to. The first black comic book superhero comes to life in this highly praised box-office hit and he does all but disappoint.… Continue reading Is Marvel Winning the Diversity Race?
As we approach the halfway point of Season 6, we reflect on the roller-coaster ride that the show has taken us on since the premiere aired on the 25th of April. With our book readers a tiny bit sour about not being ahead of the show for the first time ever but also a tiny… Continue reading #GameofThrones – A Different Breed of Fans
Voice acting is one of the most fascinating types of performance to witness because of how bizarre it is as a medium. Using the voice and personality of an actor to breathe life into illustrations is some of the craziest fun there seems to be in the industry, I imagine that’s why so many of… Continue reading Idris Elba for Voice-Over King of the Year