Forgetful Dory goes on an epic journey when she remembers her parents. Gorgeous visuals and packed with gags, even if the short-term amnesia jokes are overloaded. A decent though unsurprising sequel with a scene-stealing octopus and Sigourney Weaver.
Still Shyamalan’s best, this is an excellent slow burn as Willis’ character comes to terms with the fact that he is something more than human. Strong performances all round, this is a salient counterpoint to the overblown superhero films of today. 😀
A back to form thriller from M.Night that showcases an excellent central performance from McAvoy, where three teenage girls are kidnapped and await the arrival of The Beast, personality 24. This is a solid thriller and worth your time. 😀
Teens on an isolated housing development are caught up in a parasitic epidemic. Not actually a virus at all, then, but this low-key horror does the usual things well enough to maintain interest throughout by keeping its focus tight on its protagonists.
Crazy action from the F&F team! Dom goes rogue and all hell breaks loose! A step above the other films with every vehicle type and plot cliche thrown in! Knows it’s daft, but bloody great fun! 😀 go see today!
The Lambert family aren’t free from their demons. Direct continuation from the first movie, deftly interweaving the events of that with this. Jumpscares galore in this efficient carnival sideshow flick, which delights in well-crafted boo! moments.
A man’s life runs backwards, from old age to being newborn. Button is overlong, meandering, episodic, and sometimes overly in service to its impressive VFX, but it’s nevertheless an effective though melancholy audience-pleasing tearjerker