Tags : Brie Larson

July Will Be Intergalactic With Captain Marvel Home Release

If you’re not already intergalactic with Avengers: Endgame, you will be in the Summer with the in-home release dates for its first female-led franchise film, centered on Carol Danvers a.k.a. Captain Marvel. The spectacular, 1990s-era Super Hero adventure, which electrified and inspired audiences worldwide and surpassed $1 billion in ticket sales, is available on Digital […]Read More

Brie Larson’s Unicorn Store Finds A Home On Netflix Watch

2017 Brie Larson made her directorial feature debut with Unicorn Store. The film made it’s world premiere at Toronto Film Festival to mixed reviews only to disappear off the radar after its festival run. Unless your name is Carol Danvers and been living on a planet invaded by the Kree, Captain Marvel was released. Larson […]Read More

Film Review 2 – Captain Marvel (2019)

As a non-mega comic book adaptation fanboy i still appreciate the high levels of style most of these movies bring but by no means am I an aficionado. It seems another month another superhero film swashbuckling across the silver screen and although Wonder Woman of the DC comic arena beat the Marvel Universe to the […]Read More

Film Review – Captain Marvel (2019)

Believe the hype, for the hype is true. With one small exception. It may have been trumpeted as Marvel’s first female-led superhero film, but others have come before Captain Marvel. Elektra was back in 2005, but who remembers? DC’s Supergirl and Catwoman have faded from memory, although the studio more than redeemed itself with the […]Read More

Emotions Clash In The Glass Castle UK Trailer

Been an interesting few years for Brie Larson  Room, Free Fire, Kong Skull Island, and things look to be getting better for her. With her comic book stint Captain Marvel coming in 2019 her next movie The Glass Castle sees her work again with director Destin Daniel Cretton. The movie just recently was released in […]Read More

Get The Spandex On And Check The Netflix GLOW Images

Let’s get ready to rumble!!! The past weekend saw an end of an era in Sports Entertainment’s premiere event Wrestlemania 33 which marked the last match for the legendary Undertaker. If you’re like some of us rather get a little bit more colourful, nostalgic and remember the 1980’s WWF era the upcoming Netflix series GlOW […]Read More

You’ll Be Cookin’ After The New Free Fire 60 Second

March is turning out to be a strong month for the UK and Irish cinephiles. Already we’ve had Logan, Kong: Skull Island, Beauty And The Beast, Personal Shopper, Get Out, Power Rangers, Life, Ghost In The Shell and Free Fire. After last year’s ode to JG Ballard‘s class war High-Rise, Ben Wheatley stays in the […]Read More

New Kong: Skull Island Images Unveiled

When you’re in his territory you must abide by him, he is the King and next month we bow to him when Kong: Skull Island finally arrives in UK&Irish Cinemas. He is the king of the swingers and we hope when he’s once on our big screens Warner Bros will be hoping he will be […]Read More

Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire Shoot ‘Em Up A First UK

If it’s blood, bullets and tough guys, Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire looks like it will deliver the promise and they have the proof today as Studiocanal unleash the film’s  first trailer. Hours after making it’s World Premiere (Toronto) we have the first proper look as the ever improving Wheatley  taking another step towards become a […]Read More

Comic Con Unleashes The Beast With First Kong: Skull Island

The promotion train at Warner Bros. is working overdrive today at Comic Con  in San Diego and already we’ve a couple promos (more to come) and now they have unleashed the beast.Kong: Skull Island has it’s first (UK) Trailer stomping online , but beware it’s Awaken the King, check it out… It’s no surprise this […]Read More

DVD Review – Room (2016)

ROOM. (2015) BASED ON THE BOOK BY EMMA DONOGHUE. SCREENPLAY BY EMMA DONOGHUE. DIRECTED BY LENNY ABRAHAMSON. STARRING BRIE LARSON, JACOB TREMBLAY, JOAN ALLEN, WILLIAM H. MACY, TOM MCCAMUS AND SEAN BRIDGERS. REVIEW BY SANDRA HARRIS. © A few short years ago, I remember seeing a book with a blue cover doing the rounds. It […]Read More

Film Review – Room (2015)

Brilliant performances command this unnerving and claustrophobic drama, directed by Lenny Abrahamson. Room is the screen adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s 2010 novel of the same name and follows the story of a young woman (Brie Larson), who has been snatched and held captive for years by a mysterious and demented abuser (the tale is perhaps […]Read More

Film Review – Trainwreck (2015)

It’s unlikely that many in UK audiences will be familiar with Amy Schumer. Her Comedy Central series has only-just made it here, despite recently finishing its third season in the States. However, this is bound to change as the actress, writer, and comedienne leads Judd Apatow‘s latest, Trainwreck. Schumer’s screenplay follows thirty-something Amy (Schumer) as […]Read More