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  • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

    Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


    Everyone Keeps Telling Me How My Story is Supposed to Go.
    In 2018, Into The Spider-Verse exploded onto the scene, surprising audiences worldwide and proving how vibrant and varied animation could be. Landing as my film of the year, expectations were high for the highly anticipated follow-up.

    Fortunately, Across The Spider-Verse continues the winning streak in an inventive and exciting adventure through the multiverse pushing the boundaries of what I thought was possible to visually portray, balancing six wildly different…

  • Fast X

    Fast X


    Never Accept Death When Suffering is Owed.
    Fast X continues to prove why The Fast Saga is the go-to for bombastic action as it breaks every known law of physics in its unstoppable mission to make the most excessive film series possible.

    This series in particular tests me more than most when it comes to 'What makes a good film?' vs 'What makes an entertaining film?' And where those lines bleed into each other.

    From a filmmaking angle, its undeniably…

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  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3


    Into The Forever.
    The Guardians of the Galaxy has and forever will have a special place in my heart so as we arrive at this third and apparently final instalment in the series, it is with equal parts melancholy and excitement.

    It's a miracle this film even exists with James Gunn's dramatic exit and subsequent rehire from Marvel. Still, he returned to finish what he started with this final farewell before he heads off to lead DC Studios with Peter…

  • Beau Is Afraid

    Beau Is Afraid


    I'm Visiting My Mother Tomorrow.
    Watching an anticipated film for the first time is always an exciting experience, but given Ari Aster's impressively created but stress-inducing past work, I sat down to Beau is Afraid with some trepidation.

    Aster really cashed in all his chips thanks to the success of Hereditary and Midsommar as Beau is Afraid is a bold, large-scale odyssey packed with detail and a creeping sense of doom hiding behind every corner. Joaquin Phoenix gives another astonishing…

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  • Soul



    Your Life is About to Start.
    Pixar has tackled our emotions, our childhoods, and even the monsters under our bed, so it makes sense that their next logical step would be to discuss the meaning of life.
    Soul is the story of Joe, who after losing his passion gets the chance to evaluate his life when he is transported out of his body to the great beyond. But more importantly, Soul is a clear and obvious reminder of why Pixar…

  • Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical

    Roald Dahl's Matilda the Musical


    Maybe Not All Stories Have Happy Endings.
    For those that haven't seen the West End adaptation, this new film immerses you in centre stage as it transports you to the darkly whimsical world of Roald Dahl in a musical take on Matilda.

    From its opening moments, the film makes you aware you are watching a musical with a capital M. From bright, colourful sets to tightly choreographed sequences set to the precise lyrics of Tim Minchin - it's a great…