Tenet review “Not one of Nolan’s best”

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The time has arrived: my first visit back to the cinema since COVID-19 swept across the globe. It’s hard to believe that it was over six months ago that I was last sitting in the cinema, enjoying the magic of the big screen.

Nevertheless, the day has come, and with it, the release of Christopher Nolan’s latest epic, Tenet. As is the case with Nolan’s movies, a lot of fanfare accompanies their arrival and as one of the most exciting filmmakers working today, so it should. But how good is Tenet? Are we looking at another Nolan masterpiece?

And forgive me if I’m a little rusty, it’s been a long time!

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Exclusive: Interview with Curt Turner @ Screen24

AScreen24 interviews cinemas slowly reopen to the public across the UK, many of us have been reminiscing about the last time we went to watch a film on the big screen. For me, that was at the beginning of March, just a week or so before Boris Johnson announced that all non-essential businesses needed to shut their doors for the foreseeable future.

For one family though, going to the cinema was a nightly occurrence. Curt Turner, his wife, and his two children have had the enjoyment of their very own, fully-realised cinema right in their back garden. Named Screen24, I spoke to Curt about the process of building a fully-functioning cinema where the admission was free and every seat was the best seat in the house. Here’s what he had to say. Continue reading

Transformers movies: Ranked

The best Transformers moviesThe article contains affiliate links. I watched Bumblebee for the first time the other day, and it got me thinking about the Transformers film series as a whole. You see, when Michael Bay released the first movie in the franchise way back in 2007, pretty much everyone thought it was great – despite those who took issue with the robot redesigns.

Subsequent films received little in the way of critical acclaim with some reviewers going so far as saying that each sequel was the worst film release of its respective year. Then Bumblebee came along and while not performing anywhere near as well financially, managed to right the wrongs of the franchise. Continue reading