Witty, clever and outrageous, Deadpool 2 successfully builds upon the formula of the first film. With a group of misfit superheroes banded together by Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) to form X-Force, the film follows their mission to stop Russel, aka ‘Fire Fist’, before it is too late for the people of the future.
So this weekend I finally got round to watching Beauty and the Beast at the pictures. Firstly, let me explain the significance of this film in my life. I’ve never been a massive fan of princesses, and as a child I found their helplessness and need to be saved more irritating than anything else. For this reason, Belle and Pocohontas were the only two “princess” films I could tolerate as a kid as they were the only two who took responsibility for their own fates, and so when I found out they were making a live action version of Beauty and the Beast I was more than a bit excited. Continue reading Beauty and the Beast (*****)
The astonishing true story of Saroo Brierley, Director Garth Davis make his feature film debut with Lion; the story of a man on his mission to reunite with the loving family he was taken from over 20 years earlier. Continue reading Lion (*****)