• Hotel Transylvania: Transformania

    Hotel Transylvania: Transformania

    Even my 4-year-old daughter found herself bored during this one

  • Eternals



    While it's hard to deny its overall grandeur, Eternals feels like a chore at times with its lengthy runtime and complexity in the number of characters and overall plotting.

    Where Spider-Man had me invested again, Eternals reminds me that the superhero bubble can be easily burst again

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    I'll admit, I was getting Marvel fatigue between the films and TV shows but what they've done hear is nothing short of remarkable.

    It's also made me want to really see Doctor Strange 2 now, which prior I had very little interest. They've sucked me back in the bastards

  • Encanto



    I feel like I should/could log this every day as our 4-year-old is obsessed. And rightly so.

    Encanto is my new Moana and I'm not ashamed at all

  • Malignant



    I genuinely haven't had that much fun with a horror film in years.

    Batshit bravissimo!

  • Dark Phoenix

    Dark Phoenix


    It's far from the best but at least Dark Phoenix eliminates the bad taste left behind by the awful Apocalypse. Not so sure we will see much from this generation of X-Men now.

    To be fair, it could easily see another reboot and the likes of Jubilee, Gambit, Rogue, Bishop at the forefront, let alone a really ambitious take on the Sentinels

  • Saint Frances

    Saint Frances


    Bold and brave with its focal points, Saint Frances is just a lovely little film. I may or may not have had a big lump in my throat at the end...

  • Spree



    A nice premise but for such a short film it does wear thin very quickly

  • I See You

    I See You


    With that eery score coupled with a real sense of mystery and unnerving atmosphere, I See You is a fantastic surprise package.

    The twists are far from predictable and the way the events unfold gradually keep you immersed and hooked.

    I love it when a film surprises you like this when you least expect it.

  • Rambo: Last Blood

    Rambo: Last Blood


    The perfect Sunday film.

    Tha very fact Rambo pulls out a guy's heart earns it's stars. Simple, bloody fun

  • Ford v Ferrari

    Ford v Ferrari


    Bale and Damon are a dynamic duo in what is a truly fascinating depiction of two racing legends.

    And those races scenes are scintillating

  • Knives Out

    Knives Out


    Every bit a refreshing and unpredictable crime caper throughout, Johnson rips up the clichés and presents a truly immersive whodunnit that defies the usual tropes

    Craig is inch-perfect and De Armas is wonderful. And who can argue with that ensemble?!