Captain Marvel

The Marvel Cinematic Universe heads back to the 90s to introduce a new superhero in Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck’s Captain Marvel. Avengers: Endgame is mere weeks away but in the meantime Marvel take the opportunity to introduce a character who will be important in that film. Marvel often excel in bringing characters to life…

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

I vividly remember coming out of last year’s much anticipated Batman vs Superman, and uttering the words “I don’t think I have ever seen such a joyless movie”, and for just over a year that held true: Until now. with King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, Guy Richie (Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, The…

The Legend of Tarzan

David Yates’ The Legend of Tarzan brings back the most adapted character in history for a new adventure. The twist with this one is that it’s set after the Tarzan stories have already happened so it seems to want to do its own thing. Think Hook but with more Apes. It’s a good idea. Most…

On the Silver Screen – Seventh Son

Sergei Bodrov’s Young Adult fantasy movie Seventh Son finally hits cinemas after a year stuck in post production limbo. The basic premise is that the seventh son of seventh sons are all destined to become “Spooks”. A group dedicated to defend the world from demonic evil. They’ve fallen on hard times and there is only…

On the Silver Screen – Guardians of the Galaxy

As their second phase of interconnected films comes to an end, Marvel sets the cosmic stage with James Gunn’s ambitous space opera Guardians of the Galaxy. Based on the recent comics of the same name, Guardians of the Galaxy follows a group of misfits as they are drawn into a story that seems bigger than…