‘There’s magic in the woods, if you know where to look’ – Pete’s Dragon (2016) review

When you hear the film title ‘Pete’s Dragon’, I wouldn’t be surprised if the image of a real boy with a very green, very cartoonish dragon comes to mind. But this 2016 live action is in fact a far cry from the 1977 film it shares a title with. It may be billed as a…

‘If I wasn’t such an idiot’ – The Clapper (2017) Review

Eddie Krumble (Ed Helms) travelled to Los Angeles in search of fame and fortune, basing everything on the promise of the ‘American Dream’, but instead he lives his days pay packet to pay packet, paid very little to sit in television audiences and clap along when told. He bumbles his ways through his days, only…

‘You messed with the wrong dude’ – My Spy (2020) Review

15 years after Vin Diesel’s The Pacifier mixed spy work with babysitting duties, My Spy, at first glance, may look like something similar. A big tough guy that looks completely out of place when put into a situation where he has to deal with children, but this one is a little bit different.