Captain Marvel has finally arrived on the big screen. With fan expectations split down the middle and unprecedented franchise momentum behind it, the film is poised to make a splash one way or another. Does it allay fans’ fears, or fall into a trap of its own making? Ciaran reviews.
How much does a film need to do when it can leverage your emotions at any moment by cutting to a shot of puppy dog eyes? Ciaran reviews A Dog’s Way Home.
After being in development hell for many years, ‘Alita: Battle Angel’ has finally been released to Hollywood screens. Thankfully, we had a reviewer in just the right condition to view it.
After a tumultuous series 11 of Doctor Who, Ciaran outlines the glaring issues with her once beloved series, and the crucial misstep that almost made her stop watching altogether.
Two red-headed female monarchs engage in a political war for two nations. Does the audience win in the end? Ciaran reviews.
Now that The Orville and Star Trek: Discovery have begun their second seasons, Ciaran reflects once again on her experiences with modern ‘Star Trek’.
Clint Eastwood reprises his usual role of Korean-war veteran embroiled in a crime gang in his latest ‘The Mule’. Worth a watch, or just a reminder to watch ‘Gran Torino’ instead?
After watching the third instalment of the ‘How to Train Your Dragon’ series, Ciaran is both sad that it’s over, but happy it happened. Read her review here.
One of our resident reviewers went on holiday. Rather than recount her experiences overseas, she thought it more entertaining to give a summary of her in-flight viewing experience. See what she watched and what she thought of those films here.
Over the years, we have been exposed to a slew of terribly written King Arthur stories, making the legend a bit of a curse for filmmakers. Could the future of this mythological figure rest in… a twelve-year-old boy? Ciaran reviews.