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'The 15:17 To Paris' Review

Clint Eastwood is a director with quite the knack for tackling real-life stories of heroics (the likes of Gran Torino, American Sniper, Sully) and for his latest, The 15:17 to Paris, he has the actual heroes themselves starring front and centre.
'Bottle Rocket' (1996) Review

Ahead of the release of Isle of Dogs next month, I thought I would revisit and review the films of the now notorious Wes Anderson - kicking things off with his directorial debut, Bottle Rocket when he was a little name stepping into the limelight.
Meet Eddie Brock In First 'Venom' Trailer

It's been a big couple of days for superhero trailers. Yesterday, we got new trailers for both Deadpool 2 and Jessica Jones Season 2; it's not over yet, however, as the first trailer (and poster) for Sony Pictures' upcoming Venom has also arrived.
New Look 'Deadpool 2' Trailer Brings Us Cable

2018 is bringing us lots of exciting superhero films, from Black Panther to Avengers: Infinity War and so much more. But the most interesting one of them all is The Untitled Deadpool Sequel and it has a quasi-first trailer.
'Your Move' DVD Revew

Singer-turned-actor Luke Goss makes his directorial debut with B-rate actioner Your Move, which he also wrote and starred in. Here's my DVD review.
'Roman J. Israel, Esq' Review

After losing out Best Actor at the Oscars to Casey Affleck last year, Denzel Washington returns in another Best Actor-nominated role this year in Dan Gilroy’s follow-up to his brilliant debut Nightcrawler, Roman J. Israel, Esq.
'The Cloverfield Paradox' Review

In typical Cloverfield fashion, the hotly anticipated Cloverfield 3 - The Cloverfield Paradox - has pulled the rug from under us yet again, releasing a spot during last night’s big Super Bowl which announced the film will be available to stream on Netflix immediately after. And now the verdict is in.
All 2018 Super Bowl Spots/Trailers

It's Super Bowl Sunday and perhaps the biggest night of the year for film fans looking to get a glimpse at some of the biggest Summer releases. And, lucky for you, here they are in one big, convenient article.
'Den of Thieves' Review

Gerard Butler and 50 Cent starring in a January heist film, with the writer of London Has Fallen, Christian Gudegast, making his directorial debut, does not sound like a very good mix. But here we are with Den of Thieves.