Articles tagged with: Reviews
Just when you think the classic western film genre has gone the way of the dinosaur, Pixar Animation comes along and does just that with The Good Dinosaur.
If you are a fan of the ‘Rocky’ films then you’ll find the new movie, Creed, fits the franchise like an old, well-worn glove (or boxing glove, as it were.)
The revolution is over. The fire is out.
Timely as today’s headlines; it was very easy to envision the faces of many of today’s politicians on the bodies of the persecutors portrayed in Trumbo.
‘Spotlight’ is worth watching, but you might consider some serious caffeine intake before the lights go out as it doesn’t shine as brightly as it could have.
Clandestine officially emerged from Steam Early Access as a fully fledged release on Thursday.
Vermintide is a nice use of the four-player co-op style of game play without reliance on overdone zombies.
If you are a glutton for punishment and the evening news is not providing enough political showboating and shenanigans for you then you might want to check out the new Sandra Bullock film, Our Brand …
Unlike other TellTale Games series, Tales from the Borderlands embraces humor, heart and adventure from beginning to end.
If you mashed-up Batman with a run-of-the-mill sword & sorcery story you might end up with something like ‘The Last Witch Hunter’ – but hopefully better…
Crimson Peak looks spectacular, unfortunately its story is time-worn and tortured and the aesthetic look of the film is the only thing it has going for it.
When Spielberg and Hanks collaborate, one expects a particularly high level of quality. With ‘Bridge of Spies’ the filmmakers deliver on those expectations.
The Martian puts science back into science fiction.
If you’ve ever had a dream and risked everything to try to achieve it, then you are going to relate to stepping over the ledge in this glorious new film.