Before my copy of Marvel’s Avengers arrived I’d seen a LOT of comments online about the grinding aspect of the game as well as the micro-transactions. I had not seen a lot of comments about the campaign, which is good as I wanted to go in spoiler-free but it also had me worried that there wasn’t much too it (or that it wasn’t very good)…but … Continue reading Marvel’s Avengers: The Campaign
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It has been a long time since I went to the cinema to see a non-franchise film (Rocketman was the last one) and so I decided I’d give Knives Out a stab. I wasn’t disappointed. Knives Out has a star-studded cast including Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas and Michael Shannon. It is also directed by the same man who helmed The Last Jedi … Continue reading Review: Knives Out
Sometimes sequels to animated movies can seem like shameless cash-gabs (Finding Dory is a prime example), but this year, Disney seems to have found the right balance. Frozen 2 does not seem like a cash-grab, in fact, it might even tell a better story than the original. Frozen 2 stars the returning cast of the original, including Kristen Bell and Josh Gad, as well as … Continue reading REVIEW: Frozen 2
If you’ve ever met me, then you know it’s only a matter of time before I end up talking about Disney World. And whilst it receives a lot of eye-rolls, I genuinely enjoy talking, discussing and planning trips to the Orlando theme park, because its great. Whilst the ever escalating costs aren’t my favourite, you can’t deny that you pay for what you get. I’ve … Continue reading Walt Disney World – Why?
As a concept, the MCU should’ve failed. Many other movie studios have tried, and failed, to make their own cinematic universe but only Marvel has succeeded. The key? Emotional investment, strong stories and interesting characters. All of that was evident in Endgame, the culmination of a 22-film story that has captured the imaginations of people across the globe. For some films, a three hour run … Continue reading Avengers: Endgame – The MCU’s crowning jewel
It seems musicals are back in trend. Starting with La La Land, musicals have been coming thick and fast with Greatest Showman, Bohemian Rhapsody and A Star Is Born all being released over the last few years. These have all been so memorable that they’ve all earnt Oscar-noms for a variety of different aspects, but perhaps Rocketman is the only one that deserves it. Since … Continue reading Rocketman – Oscar-worthy for Taron
So I was toying with the idea of buying the remastered Link’s Awakening for a while, the main reason I wasn’t set in stone was the price. When it comes to remasters, they’re not usually the full price of a triple A title (£50), but Zelda was, and I wasn’t sure about it. However, I bought it due to my interest and intrigue, and I … Continue reading Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening – An expensive remaster
Minecraft, Stardew Valley, Skyrim, Spyro and, most recently, Lego Jurassic World – I already own these games…but now I own two copies. Continue reading Why do I keep buying the same games on Switch?
The one thing that lets It: Chapter Two down is it’s length. After watching the film twice, there are clear moment where it drags and you’re just waiting for the next memorable moment. That being said, the first time I watched it, I was hooked throughout the 169-minute run time. The stand-out performers in this flick are Bill Hader, as Richie Tozer, and James Ransone, … Continue reading It: Chapter Two – The Clown Strikes Back