The New Mutants: Film Review

 

The New Mutants

At one point, after its release was delayed yet again, it started to seem like The New Mutants, a spin-off of the X-Men franchise, was cursed and would never see the light of day. It became something of a joke online so I went in assuming it would be rubbish but it was actually decent. Not amazing, but fine.

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Films I want to see this September

Mulan

It’s baaaaack! For the first time since March, there seem to be enough movie releases to bring back my monthly movie preview.

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Radioactive: Film Review

Radioactive

Radioactive was originally due to be released in March, but cinemas closed due to the coronavirus a few days before its opening, leaving its future uncertain. It is now being released on digital in the U.K. today.

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Emma: Film Review

I didn’t really think we needed another movie adaptation of Jane Austen’s Emma but the trailer for Autumn de Wilde’s version looked bonkers and fun so I was intrigued about what it had to offer. The latest Emma has moments of wit and comedy but is just fine in general.

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Top Films for February

We’re now in a new month which means it’s time for my monthly movie preview.

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Playmobil: The Movie – Film Review

Following the success of The Lego Movie and its sequels/spin-offs, it’s no surprise that other toy companies want to get in on the movie action. We now have Playmobil: The Movie, which is basically a poor man’s version of The Lego Movie.

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Glass: Film Review

I am a huge fan of James McAvoy and thought he was brilliant in Split so, even though I didn’t care much for Unbreakable, I was looking forward to Glass, the conclusion of M. Night Shyamalan‘s trilogy. However, I came away feeling pretty meh about the whole thing.

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James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson and Sarah Paulson at the Glass U.K. premiere: My pics

Tonight the cast of Glass – Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, Sarah Paulson and Anya Taylor-Joy – joined director M. Night Shyamalan on the white carpet of the U.K. premiere at London’s Curzon Mayfair.

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Thoroughbreds: Film Review

I had to check out Thoroughbreds because I think Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy are two of the most promising actresses coming up in Hollywood, and this movie only solidified that for me.

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Top Films for April 2018

It’s the start of another month so that can only mean by next monthly movie preview. Here’s what’s coming up in April.

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