I've loved playing games and watching movies all my life and I hope one day that I'll be able to create my own movies. I enjoy reading comic books particularly DC ones and I am a die hard Star Wars fan. My favourite video games would have to be The Witcher 3 and Kingdom Hearts. As for my favourite movie I really couldn't tell you, there's so many I love that we'd be here all day. Although Drive does pop into my head...
Power Rangers was a movie I was really looking forward to yet I wasn’t expecting it to be that great but the movie surprised me in many ways. When five teenagers – Jason, Billy, Kimberly, Zack and Trini – stumble across a collection of strange relics known as the power coins, they must become the Power Rangers and protect Earth from Rita Repulsa. “I have to praise the film for ta...[Read More]
Logan is everything I wanted it to be, if not more. James Mangold returns to give us the mature Wolverine movie we all hoped we’d get since the first appearance of the character and it does not disappoint. The film follows a broken Logan who is caring for Professor X in the near future. His attempts to keep hidden from the world are interrupted when a young mutant possessing the same abilities as ...[Read More]
Keanu Reeves is back as the legendary hitman, John Wick, who is thrown back into the criminal underworld to repay a debt. John Wick: Chapter 2 is a welcomed sequel that gives us more action and explores the secretive world hinted at in the first movie. What’s instantly noticeable is that there is more of a story in this one as opposed to the first film which was a very simple revenge film, I loved...[Read More]
M. Night Shyamalan is back with his new psychological thriller Split and I think it’s safe to say that he’s here to stay. When three teenage girls; Casey (Anya Taylor-Joy), Claire (Haley Lu Richardson) and Marcia (Jessica Sula) are kidnapped by a man with 23 distinct personalities (James McAvoy), they must find a way to escape their captor. Or should I say captors. [This] is one of those movies th...[Read More]
Manchester by the Sea is a tragic story about loss and grief. The film stars Casey Affleck as Lee, a janitor from Boston who seems to have this quiet hatred for the world and himself. After the death of his brother Joe, he returns to his hometown to find that he’s been chosen to be the legal guardian of Joe’s teenage son, Patrick. Director Kenneth Lonergan has made a film that is about...[Read More]