Suicide Squad Review
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A little confession for you all, I don’t really like writing up movies that are bad. I don’t see my mission as a blogger/critic/ rambling person on the internet as someone who saves you from bad movies. I want to celebrate. In an ideal world, I would just like to write about the movies I love and let this whole entertainment democracy thing just be a celebration of “the good stuff.” So I struggle to write the bad stuff up, to pile on where many others have gone before. It’s easy to see that the DC Comic brand has taken quite a beating this year and most that seems to fall at the feet of director Zack Snyder and Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. Still, DC and Warner Bros had another bullet in the chamber of their gun and that was Suicide Squad. The trailers were bright and clever with an absolutely killer soundtrack, the Joker was back, the cast was huge and it seemed like redemption was in sight. We were wrong to get out hopes up, the Suicide Squad can’t save anyone, let alone their own movie. Find out more in our review.Add a comment
It’s coming up to 50th Anniversary of Star Trek and after so many years it becomes hard to define exactly what the fiction means to any one person. For many Star Trek is about exploration and deep science fiction dilemmas and yet for others it was the joke about the nerd in the room. This was of course until JJ Abrams made it cool again. Taking the loveable characters from the original series and casting new actor, moving away from the sci-fi and more towards the adventure akin to Star Wars. While these newer movies have felt fresh they haven’t exactly set the world on fire especially for older fans. This being especially true of Star Trek: Into Darkness. The good news is Star Trek Beyond is a more confident and interesting film than its predecessor. The not so good news it still is very familiar territory. Find out whether it’s work your time in our review.Add a comment
In our day and age of internet reaction and rage there hasn’t been a film judged so harshly as that of the new Ghostbusters(2016) for quite a while. Some cried the ruined childhood mantra out loud while others went for a far more sinister misogynistic judgement. In all fairness to those holding a negative reaction the trailers that were released to promote the movie did little to make anyone want to actually see the movie. While it was hard not to succumb to the cynicism of the cash-in reboot, I personally adopted a wait and see. The movie that emerges from the cacophony is a fairly solid comedy that has some amusing jokes and a sense of fun. It’s not a classic mind you, but no one need to book in a counselling session about their childhood being ruined either. Find out more in our review.Add a comment
It's hard not to be a gamer and not get excited about E3. Whether it's the announcements of new games, release dates or just sheer spectacle of there is usually something for everybody. This week on the gamecast we break down we liked about E3 and what we didn't like so much. We go press conference by press conference and deliver some reasonably informed opinions (for us anyway).
We would love to hear what your favourite announcements were. As always enjoy!!!Add a comment
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