Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is the sequel to the first film released in 2014 and while this second film places a lot more emphasis on it’s four heroes, it suffers badly from a poor script and an over-abundance of, well everything.
The Brothers Grimsby is a funny and completely ridiculous film from the mind that brought us Ali G, Borat and Bruno – Sacha Baron Cohen.
Hunt for the Wilderpeople is the latest offering by New Zealand’s Taika Waititi. The director is on a roll with this fantastic fourth film after after bringing us three other great films – Eagle vs Shark, Boy and What We Do in the Shadows.
Marvel Comics’ most famous anti-hero comes to Digital HD 11th May. After it’s successful cinematic run, the digital release of Deadpool comes with a ton of special features attached to it, providing plenty of extra entertainment after viewing an already very entertaining film.
After a family is exiled from their New England plantation in the 17th century, they are forced to take settlement on a site near a dense forest. The family begin their lives there, unaware of the evil forces that lurk in the nearby woods.
A crew of bank-robbers and corrupt police officers are enlisted by the Russian-Jewish mafia to pull off an incredibly difficult heist. Their plan, to kill a police officer as a diversion and force a ‘triple 9’ police call-out. While the entire police force is out to cover the triple 9 call, the robbers are given their opportunity to pull off the heist.
Trumbo is the biographical account of the famous Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, played exceptionally by Bryan Cranston.
Franchise-leading frontman Vin Diesel stars in this latest attempt to bring witch mythology to the big-screen, however Diesel’s star power is not enough to carry this poor action-blockbuster film.
Following on from his successful debut film Snowtown, Australian director Justin Kurzel returns to direct his version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and he doesn’t disappoint.
Trainwreck is the latest offering from Judd Apatow and mainly serves as a starring vehicle for Amy Schumer (who also gets writing credit).
Marvel has another surefire hit with Avengers: Age of Ultron. The sequel to 2012’s The Avengers improves over that film in all aspects – the drama and character development is deeper and the action more epic than ever before.
Chappie is for the most part, an entertaining, action-heavy and comedically twisted romp into the artificial intelligence sub-genre of science fiction.
The Gambler is one of those films you really want to dislike while sitting through it, however once the credits roll you walk out feeling strangely satisfied with the result.