Review – Deadpool

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Deadpool, directed by Tim Miller is a hilariously violent adventure that surprisingly had me laughing, and certainly had me entertained. This is a film that captures the tone of Deadpool perfectly, but the film isn’t without problems; pacing, a troubled stacking of plots and a underwhelming cast of supporting characters means that Deadpool is a film that lives and dies on the lead performance my Ryan Reynolds… but is that enough? Read more

Review – Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four, directed by Josh Trank (and let’s be honest a slew of Fox higher ups) is a fascinatingly bad film. Not for a very long time have I seen such a poorly managed project, make its way to the big screen. This is a film that presents an interesting idea, and then makes a B-line for stupidity and confusion. This is a situation where it’s actually really interesting to watch the visual representation of a film be scene by scene destroyed, by the too many cooks in the kitchen metaphor. Read more