Aladdin

Disney continues their quest to remake their entire animated back catalogue with Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin. You would be forgiven for thinking that the live action remakes of animated classics is little more than a cynical cash grab. The quality so far has been fairly high for the most part even if they aren’t bringing anything…

Collateral Beauty

A grieving father struggles to cope with the loss of his daughter until he is visited by representations of the universe to help him deal with his grief in David Frankel’s Collateral Beauty. That’s what the marketing of this film wants you to think it’s about and it definitely isn’t about that. I’ve heard a…

Kneel Before Pod – Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad is a film that was seen and reviewed by yours truly (Craig) but there was a lot more that had to be said about it so me and Kat teamed up to have a discussion about it and get the whole thing out of our system. Kat is a first time contributor to…

Suicide Squad

The DC Extended Universe continues with David Ayer’s villain team-up Suicide Squad. The basic premise is that some of the worst villains the DC Universe has to offer are brought together to form a team to defend against the growing potential for super powered threats. On the surface this sounds like an amazing idea. Getting…

On the Silver Screen – Focus

Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s Focus casts Will Smith as a con man named Nicky who takes a young woman named Jess (Margot Robbie) under his wing and teaches her the tricks that he’s perfected. If you watch the trailer then that’s the film that it would have you believe but the end result is…