BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE

An overlong, over-complicated franchise-building anti-climax. The greatest heroes in history have never been so bland.  _____________________________ Release date: March 25, 2016 (United Kingdom) Director: Zack Snyder Budget: 250 million USD Executive producers: Christopher Nolan, Geoff Johns, Emma Thomas,Michael Uslan, Benjamin Melniker, Wesley Coller Producers: Deborah Snyder, Charles Roven

DEADPOOL

A hilarious self-aware slap in the face to superhero films ventolin tablets online. Reynolds has never been better and revels in red band nastiness.  _____________________________ Release date: February 10, 2016 (United Kingdom) Director: Tim Miller Running time: 1h 48m Music composed by: Junkie XL Production companies: 20th Century Fox, Marvel Entertainment, The Donners’ Company

6 REASONS WHY FORCE AWAKENS HATERS ARE WRONG

SPOILERS BELOW. OBVIOUSLY! JOE WRITES… FORCE AWAKENS has been out a few weeks now and continues to march up the all-time box office list (3rd at time of writing!). However, as it does, it seems more people are questioning the film on various points.  Yes, the film wasn’t perfect, but as far as I’m concerned it was pretty damn close. Here are the …

MACBETH

One of the most visually stunning films ever made. Disturbing and gorgeous, with incredible talent behind and in front of camera.  _____________________________ Release date: October 2, 2015 (United Kingdom) Director: Justin Kurzel Running time: 1h 53m Adapted from: Macbeth Cinematography: Adam Arkapaw

THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY – PART 2

A bleak but fitting end to the teen franchise. Brilliant when it gets going and ends with a powerful punch-the-air twist  _____________________________ Release date: November 5, 2015 (United Kingdom) Director: Francis Lawrence Running time: 2h 17m Film series: The Hunger Games Adapted from: Mockingjay

ANT-MAN

A stripped back Marvel with a quirky sense of humour and an excellent Rudd. Bags of style but the baddie and story are dull.  _____________________________ Release date: July 8, 2015 (United Kingdom) Director: Peyton Reed Box office: 519.3 million USD