Peter Rabbit, 6.2/10, (played by the brilliant James Corden) has delivered a new adaptation of the classic tales of Beatrix Potter. This depiction tells the story of how Peter Rabbit clashes heads with Mr Thomas McGregor (played by Domhall Gleason) in order to gain entrance to his garden. The film is jam-packed with family fun. The comedy is subtly brilliant for all ages and I was pleasantly surprised as I walked out the cinema with a smile on my face. This isn’t a film just aimed at its younger demographic, oh on the contrary, it would seem the majority of the humor was aimed at the guardian that may have been dragged along to see it. Reading this, I encourage you to pop down and see this for some light-hearted fun before it’s too late.
Blockers, 6.2/10, is the kind of film that you put on when you’re hungover and you need something to pluck up emotional state by giving you a laugh. Now this film doesn’t jump into my favorite comedy films of all time by any means but it will have you chuckling away as three girls make a pact to loose there virginity, which may just send their parents into a mental breakdown. All in all, I’d say if you want to switch off after work one day this week, this would be the film for it.
Unsane, 4/10, is the film captured completely by an iPhone. The premise for the film had a lot of potential but sadly didn’t deliver. Watching the trailer, I thought that this was going to be a new cult classic. In a thriller movie, I hope to be on the edge of my seat not on the edge of falling a sleep. With no twist, no suspense and no narrative structure, this Steven Soderbergh film has sadly become the worst film I’ve seen thus far this year. It maybe that I’m missing some hidden message within the plot however it just felt rushed and like they hadn’t decided where the film was going.