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The Gentlemen Film Review

Distributor: Entertainment Film Distributors & STXfilmsProduction Companies: MiramaxDirector: Guy RitchieProducers: Guy Ritchie, Ivan Atkinson & Bill BlockScriptwriters: Guy RitchieMain Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Michelle Dockery,...

Movie Review: Love and Monsters starring Dylan O’Brien

Love and Monsters Production Companies: 21 Laps Entertainment and Entertainment One  Director: Michael MatthewsProducers:  Shawn Levy and Dan CohenScriptwriters: Brian Duffield...

Movie Review: Run starring Sarah Paulson

Run Production Companies:    Lionsgate and Search PartyDirector:  Aneesh ChagantyProducers: Natalie Qasabian and Sev Ohanian Scriptwriters:  Sev Ohanian...

Movie Review: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm starring Sacha Baron Cohen & Maria...

Summing it up, Sacha Baron Cohen's self-indulgent Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is more chore than chortle.

Movie Review: Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt, Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth...

Ad Astra is an extremely enjoyable sci-fi film, with another phenomenal performance for Brad Pitt to add to his filmography.

Movie Review: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood starring Leonardo DiCaprio,...

Whilst Once Upon A Time In Hollywood doesn't match the standards of the Quentin Tarantino classics, it is a worthy addition to his incredible filmography.

Movie Review: Shazam!

For longtime fans of Shazam, the movie that you've been waiting for since the early 2000s is finally here, and ultimately it lives up to expectations.

Movie Review: Instant Family

I would recommend checking out Instant Family, but prepare to be moved by what you see.

Movie Review: Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel is a strong offering from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel fans will be delighted.

Movie Review: The Happytime Murders

If you've seen the advertising & are intrigued, you'll get a kick out of it, but if you're expecting a comedy classic, this is nothing of the sort.

Movie Review: The Meg

Some may disagree with the "Jaws on steroids" philosophy for this film, but The Meg still stands as an adequate, modern update on the Jaws franchise.

Movie Review: Avengers: Infinity War

It has taken Marvel's biggest and best-looking film to date to live up to its biggest, baddest villain. Dread him, run from him and prepare yourself for shock and awe; Thanos has arrived. Finally!

Movie Review: Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

He says “Welcome to the frickin’ Guardians of the Galaxy”. Only he didn’t use “frickin”. – Rocket

Movie Review: Beauty And The Beast

Beauty And The Beast arrived upon us burdened with high expectations. It came shackled with the intimidating legacy of the original that came before it, whilst also afflicted with the immense pressure to convert animated greatness into something credible and magical at the same time.

Movie Review: Batman V Superman

Not the best Batman or Superman movie by any means, but at least we're seeing these old characters do something different.

Movie Review: American Hustle

If the question is whether I would recommend people to see American Hustle, then the answer would be a definite yes.

Movie Review: Annabelle

Despite some mixed reviews, you should enjoy Annabelle. Just don't watch it at home in the presence of your old childhood doll.

Movie Review: Night At The Museum 3: Secret Of The Tomb

I would suggest that you give Night Of The Museum 3: Secret Of The Tomb a try, but don't expect too much from it.

Movie Review: Fifty Shades Of Grey

Fifty Shades Of Grey is watchable enough that you should be satisfied, aside from the movie having a sudden climax.

Movie Review: Whiplash

I found Whiplash to be an extremely compelling movie, and one that I would recommend to absolutely anybody.