“Mini Avengers, Assemble” Captain America: Civil War review

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By Adam Brannon

Is anyone else getting bored of superhero films? Nope? Just me then. We’re not even halfway through 2016 and there have been three of them. In February, there was Deadpool, a film that despite all the odds, turned out to be smashing – despite its generic finale.

Then, DC tried to compete with Marvel in March with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It was fine, if far too long and lacking in any real drama. Now, Marvel is back with Captain America: Civil War. But can it break the superhero tedium that has started to settle in? Continue reading

“Paul Rudd like you’ve never seen him” Ant-Man review

ANT-MAN   (UK CERT: 12A)

Director: Peyton Reed  

Music: Christophe Beck

Starring: Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly


Ant-Man has had numerous production problems

Ant-Man has had numerous production problems

REVIEW AUTHOR: Adam Brannon

You can almost hear the groans, yet another superhero film bulldozes its way into cinemas. Sandwiched between the ambitious Avengers: Age of Ultron and the Fantastic Four reboot, Marvel’s Ant-Man is the first of this year’s summer superheroes.

However, numerous setbacks that included a director walking out halfway through filming meant that Ant-Man would be haunted by the action behind-the-scenes, rather than that on it. But what is the finished product like? Continue reading