The Worst Films of 2019: Cats, Star Wars & More!

The Worst films of 2019It’s that time of year again. Can you believe it? It only feels like five minutes since I was sat writing which were the best and worst films of 2018. Fast forward twelve months and it’s been an intriguing year for cinema.

We’ve had the culmination of several different franchises. From animated powerhouses to sci-fi sagas, the film industry has had a very varied year, albeit one dominated by Disney and their conquest to take over every movie studio in the world. Continue reading

Dumbo review “Tim Burton and the flying elephant”

Dumbo movie poster

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If you had told me 15 years ago that Tim Burton would be directing a live-action adaptation of Disney’s classic, Dumbo I would’ve been overwhelmed with excitement. The director, famed for his unique sense of gothic style and visual flair has directed some of the best films ever made.

Edward Scissorhands, Sleepy Hollow and Beetlejuice are just a few classics on a resume populated by cracking movies. However, over the last decade Burton has become a director that has focused on style over substance. Charlie & the Chocolate Factory was a pale imitation of the original and his live-action remake of Alice in Wonderland was successful but hollow. Continue reading

Movies to Look Forward to in 2019

Movies to look forward to in 2019Happy New Year! 2019 has arrived with a bang, if the fireworks in London are anything to go by, and the film industry is set for a bumper year filled with incredible blockbusters. Looking at the release calendar for the next twelve months makes it look like one of the biggest yet for cinema, with hundreds of exciting films hitting our screens.

Naturally, it would take me an age to go through each and every film vying for your attention in 2019, so I’ve picked out my personal choices for the top 10 movies that you should be excited for this coming year. We’ve already counted down the top 5 best and worst blockbusters of the year. So, without further ado, let’s begin.

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