Ride Along Review (2014)

Ride Along is a fun movie, not a great movie by any means, but a simple fun movie. The dynamic relationship between Ice Cube and Kevin Hart is worth the price of admission alone, but be warned the overuse of jokes and the lack in character development will leave you a little empty handed.  The…

Need for Speed Review (2014)

Need for Speed is the best video game to screen adaptation that we have come across. This does not mean that it is a perfect movie by any means, being held back by, at times, poor acting and a laughable dialogue, but this film still delivers in the action department and that’s what counts. Aaron…

To Kill A Mockingbird Review (1962)

Harper Lee’s timeless novel was masterfully brought to the screen by Robert Mulligan in 1962. Mulligan has done a unique job with this adaptation, focusing more on the relationship between Atticus and the children, whilst still seamlessly incorporating all of the necessary lessons that are shown within Harper’s masterpiece. Whilst the story itself is a…

Drive Review (2011)

Drive is a brilliant ‘neo-noir’ centric heist film that has become an instant cult classic. Dealing with the themes of love, greed and hyper realistic violence, this film will have you hooked from start to end. The combination of a great script, incredible cinematography, brilliant acting and one of the best soundtracks that I have…

Tracks Review (2014)

Tracks is an achingly beautiful representation of the concept of isolation, set in rural Australia the only thing that will keep you alive is your own will to live. Based on the remarkable true story of Robyn Davidson, Tracks will take you on a journey, one that you will not want to go one, but…

Vampire Academy Review (2014)

There are few films which successfully blend two concepts and make it enjoyable to watch, unfortunately, Vampire Academy is not one of them. The Harry Potter cross Twilight lookalike does almost nothing to leave an impression. The combination of an incredibly cliche storyline, laughable dialogue and extremely poor acting, allows for this film to be…

The Breakfast Club Review (1985)

The Breakfast Club is one of the films that defines the 80’s cinema generation, dealing with themes such as; suicide, depression, social alienation, sex and parental physical and emotional abuse, this film brings a twist to the cliche 80’s teen movies. With the main crux of the story being about a group of teenagers being…