Month: June 2012

Brave Review

Brave features Pixar’s first heroine, a fiery tomboy named Merida (Kelly Macdonald) who follows in the grand tradition of Disney princesses.  She’s determined to walk her own path in life despite the ...

Snow White and the Huntsman Review

Snow White and the Huntsman is less of a dark reimagining of the famous Grimm fairytale and more of a rediscovery of the source material’s surprisingly macabre roots.  There’s murder, black magic and ...

The Plot Hole Problem – Prometheus

Prometheus has been stirring up a lot of conversation lately, but not all of the heated discussions are focussed on the film’s themes and merits. It seems that quite a few people have taken issue with...

Le Chef Review

There’s really only a few things that need to be said of French film Le Chef (strangely titled Comme Un Chef in the film’s opening title sequence).  Firstly, it’s French.  Yes, obvious point is obviou...

Prometheus (3D) Review

After a lengthy gestation period Ridley Scott’s Prometheus finally chestbursts its way into cinemas, bursting out of the screen with the best 3D I’ve seen this side of Hugo.  Ostensibly a prequel to S...

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