Review

Going In Style Scannain Review
2.1

#Review: Going in Style

Going In Style is harmless, unimaginative and safe which is incredibly disappointing when you have so many Oscar-winning actors.
3.2

#Review: Neruda

Despite a great cast and style to spare, Pablo Larraín’s Neruda is too playful and aloof to send the poet's work flying off the shelf.
The Boss Baby Scannain Review
3.0

#Review: The Boss Baby

Coming out this weekend is Alec Baldwins next big film, The Boss Baby all about a baby trying to bring puppies down because they're too cute, seriously.
4.5

#Review: A Dark Song

A fiendishly effective and tightly focused psychological horror, A Dark Song shows huge promise for first-time writer/director Liam Gavin.
Ghost in the Shell Scannain Review
3.5

#Review: Ghost in the Shell

Hitting cinemas this week is the highly anticipated Ghost in the Shell. The live-action iteration of the much-celebrated anime of the same name.
CHiPS Scannain Review
1.6

#Review: CHiPS

Out this week in cinemas is CHiPS, the raunchy comedy starring Michael Pena and Dax Shepard who deal with crime in their own unique way.
Life Scannain Film Review
3.1

#Review: Life

Out this week is the Sci-Fi horror thriller Life starring Rebecca Ferguson, Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds where 6 astronauts go up an alien force.
Beauty and the Beast Scannain Review
3.2

#Review: Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast is fun, the performances are commendable, and the songs will enthral young audiences, but the animated version is still superior.
Kong: Skull Island Review
4.2

#Review: Kong: Skull Island

King Kong is back in Warner Bros. Pictures Kong: Skull Island. This time around he's up against squids, bone lizards & scariest of all Samuel L. Jackson.