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  • The Matrix
  • Back to the Future
  • Spider-Man 2
  • Jojo Rabbit

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  • The Suicide Squad

    The Suicide Squad


    What are we some kind of... THE suicide squad?

    James Gunn delivers a fantastic summer blockbuster with 'The Suicide Squad' - a lavish concoction overflowing with zesty energy, lively imagination, hearty humour and extravagant style.
    What I love most about it is how it fully embraces the absurdity, camp and cheesiness of the comic book medium. By going out of it's way to include weird, strange and obscure characters like Polka Dot Man, you may think it's desperately clawing for…

  • Sonic the Hedgehog

    Sonic the Hedgehog


    Sonic the Hedgehog proves to be one of the blandest, most boring and generic family films that I have ever seen.
    Firstly, I have to commend the work of the CGI artists for totally revamping Sonic's design after the immense backlash that the first trailer received. The design we see in this movie does genuinely look great but the character of Sonic himself in this film is really annoying. His constant pop-culture references and over-reactions to everything really grated on…

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  • The Shining

    The Shining


    Scatman Crothers' character is basically a prototype Ainsley Harriott!

    What made 'The Shining' such a engrossing viewing experience for me wasn't just it's bold use of colour, stunning tracking shots that snake their way around the labyrinthine hotel, Jack Nicholson's committed performance or the terrifying score.
    After having my spent my final year of Sixth Form going in and out of lockdowns, I really relate to Jack Torrence's struggles; trying get work done while feeling isolated and stuck inside with…

  • Coco



    It's basically 'The Book of Life' but actually good...

    I've been putting off watching this film for so long. When it came out, I didn't see any posters or trailers or any marketing at all. I assumed that was Pixar's attempt to hush up an embarrassing failure and it's visual similarities to the aforementioned 'The Book of Life' were deeply disturbing. But I'm so glad I finally got round to it because this is AMAZING!
    What I find most commendable…