Steve Robinson

Steve Robinson

I like film. I also like to sit. Around those things I do have a life...somewhere!

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  • Trolls World Tour

    Trolls World Tour

    ★★★½

    I honestly can’t believe I am giving this three and a half stars. My wife’s viewing choice of the evening was Trolls World Tour. I was not pleased...

    But...

    1) the animation is incredible and I know my eyes may have been bleeding if I saw it on the cinema
    2) I laughed out loud...a lot
    3) there’s some proper weird out there moments I was not expecting
    4) as kids films go, I see a lot of kids and families enjoying this
    5) unbelievably...I fell in love with the soundtrack!

  • Cars 3

    Cars 3

    ★★★

    After many critics said cars 2 wasn’t “cars” enough Pixar return to a story about racing and use old recordings of Newman to be able to resurrect Doc Hudson in flashbacks. 

    It’s a lovely story that ticks all the correct boxes. Both Fillion and Hammer continue to breathe life into the series. 

    It works really well and it continues to look amazing with again another step forward in the animation, this time Pixar showing they can do textures with great…

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  • In Bruges

    In Bruges

    ★★★★★

    I watched this when it first came out and I did not know how to respond. I knew I had seen something new and fresh but I didn't know how I felt about it. Since then I have often gone quiet when this has been brought up in general conversation, never being sure what to say.

    This evening I went to movie mystery Monday at my local cinema. Pay three quid and you could see anything. You don't know what…

  • Cars

    Cars

    ★★★★★

    I honestly don't understand the criticism levelled at this film. Most of Pixars predecessors come highly recommended but this received mixed reviews. I think that this is because Pixar made a movie for a different audience. This is a film made for kids, and made for kids to enjoy with parents. Previous Pixar outings had nods to an adult audience. This didn't and I think that is why it has so much criticism levelled at it...unjustly if I may add.…