My review of Annihilation can be found at Small Screen.
My review of I, Tonya can be found at Small Screen.
My review of Pixar’s Coco can be found at Small Screen.
My annual Six Nations predictions have not been notable for their Nostradamus-like accuracy but last year in a rare display of competence I had things mostly bang on. I’m hoping to continue the hot streak (once counts as a streak, right?) with my predictions for the 2018 tournament – here’s my (barely) educated guess at the final rankings. Continue reading “Six Nations 2018 – predictions”
My review of The Shape of Water can be found at Small Screen.
My review of Hostiles can be found at Small Screen.
It’s been a pretty phenomenal year of film all told, from the resurgence of the horror genre, to the first truly great romantic comedy in years, to a series of searing and poignant dramas. Here’s my list of the best ten films of 2017, starting with: Continue reading “The Best Films of 2017”
My review of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri can be found at Small Screen.
After the the let-down that was George Lucas’s much-maligned prequel trilogy, the Star Wars franchise got firmly back on track with 2015’s hugely enjoyable The Force Awakens, which was both a critical and commercial success. Unsurprisingly as a result the hype around follow-up The Last Jedi, helmed and written by Looper director Rian Johnson, has been ferocious. But despite some spectacular moments this over-long and under-engaging sequel singularly fails to live up to expectations. Continue reading “Star Wars: The Last Jedi – review”