This month I watched Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Beauty and the Beast and Alien: Covenant at the cinema. TV wise, I binged Ryan Murphy’s new show Feud about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford’s rivalry, Neflix’s Riverdale and Season 5 of House of Cards.
Unfortunately, due to exams and an increase in my uni work, I completely forgot to post my March & April film and TV review. I barely had time to go to the cinema so, the only new film that I’ve seen is John Wick: Chapter 2 in early March. However, during breaks from work, there was always time for the odd episode (or three) so here’s my review for Legion S1, Grace & Frankie S3, Big Little Lies S1 and Arrow S5. A review for May and June will be posted shortly.
The Summer is fast approaching and, with the arrival of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the blockbuster season has officially begun! Here are my top 10 most anticipated films of the Summer.
Hugh Jackman has played Wolverine for 17 years and now he is hanging up his claws for the final time. Logan has long been one of my favourite ever superheroes and I’ve watched him in the X-Men films and subsequent spin-offs since before I was a teenager. Jackman is now the longest running actor to play a superhero and the aptly titled, Logan (2017), couldn’t have been a more fitting final film for both actor and character.
Here’s my first Bimonthly Review, where I’ll be reviewing new films and TV shows I’ve watched and an old film or series that I’ve recently revisited. January and February’s films include: Split, Arrival, Hacksaw Ridge, Allied and Roman Holiday, and the new Netflix series Santa Clarita Diet.
The 2016/17 awards season is over and, after a great, yet shock ending to the Academy Awards, it looks like Moonlight has come out on top. Here’s my review of the Oscars and a quick roundup of the winners from the previous awards ceremonies. Continue reading
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