Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Review

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Review

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ (2018) is an “electric, atmospheric, festival of colour” and “may even be the best superhero film of 2018” according to Joseph Wade.

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Mowgli (2018) Review

Mowgli (2018) Review

Netflix release ‘Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle’ (2018), directed by Andy Serkis and starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett and Benedict Cumberbatch review.

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Home Alone Movies Ranked

Home Alone Movies Ranked

All 5 ‘Home Alone’ Movies from the original in 1990 to the 2012 release ‘The Holiday Heist’ ranked from worst to best. “Keep the change ya filthy animal.”

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Outlaw King (2018) Review

Outlaw King (2018) Review

David Mackenzie’s new Netflix Original film ‘Outlaw King’ starring Chris Pine is “a historical epic to remember – one that can satisfy visually and in terms of its brutality” according to Joseph Wade in his review.

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Blue Sky Studios Animated Movies Ranked

Blue Sky Studios Animated Movies Ranked

Every feature animated film release from Blue Sky Studios – the people behind ‘Ice Age’, ‘Ferdinand’ and ‘Rio’ – have been ranked from worst to best.

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Top 10 Adam Sandler Performances

Top 10 Adam Sandler Performances

The very best performances of Adam Sandler’s career have been compiled by “Why You Should Reconsider Adam Sandler” author Joseph Wade for this Top 10 list.

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“Evil Isn’t Always in the Opposing Uniform” – Filmmaker Matt Kennard on His WWI Centenary Short Film ‘Hymn of Hate’ and Its Contemporary Relevance

“Evil Isn’t Always in the Opposing Uniform” – Filmmaker Matt Kennard on His WWI Centenary Short Film ‘Hymn of Hate’ and Its Contemporary Relevance

We interviewed filmmaker Matt Kennard to discuss what inspired his WWI centenary short film ‘Hymn of Hate’, the filmmaking process and the film’s relevance to contemporary politics.

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Peterloo (2018) Review

Peterloo (2018) Review

“If Ken Loach’s ‘I, Daniel Blake’ was “our quiet rage”, then Mike Leigh’s ‘Peterloo’ was our very real, contemporary fears” according to Joseph Wade in his review of the 2018 film.

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