" the most intense, ambitious, nerve wreaking and excruciatingly painful story ever created and designed to be seen in IMAX"

When a film is intended to be watched in IMAX, there is only one thing to do in order to experience its power at full potential, enjoying it at the BFI IMAX in Waterloo. The biggest screen in the UK, provides you with the incredible opportunity to be immersed in the movie by amplifying the sound ...

by Federica Roberti

47 Metres Down(2017)

"47 Meters Down delivers enough thrills to satisfy viewers but it is very by-the-book and forgettable"

It doesn’t seem that long ago since the release of 2016 shark attack movie The Shallows, which starred Blake Lively and was a really decent addition to the genre, so 47 Meters Down didn’t really feel warranted so soon after a similar girl versus shark movie. Luckily, 47 Meters has enough diff...

by Hannah Wales

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie(2017)

"With the added message of the importance of friendship and not being alone too much, Captain Underpants is a triumph from start to finish"

Going into Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, I had no idea about the character or the concept. I’m a big appreciator of DreamWorks Animation SKG, Kevin Hart, Ed Helms and Animation in general, so I was excited to see the film.

Straight off the bat, Captain Underpants: The First ...

by Marc Jason Ali


"Something went wrong with this but one thing’s for sure - it’s not really worth figuring out what that something was"

Robin Swicord is an excellent writer. She’s penned the screenplays for Memoirs of a Geisha, Matilda, Little Women and a good few more. Many of these featured fantastic, fleshed out characters and essential female representation in an industry where we’re too often let down. So, what the heck ...

by Jen Scouler


"mix of acute apprehension, impending danger, followed by suspicion and yet, a cautious optimism"

An energy-surge will find its way through your body as you watch Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, a mix of acute apprehension, impending danger, followed by suspicion and yet, a cautious optimism. Dunkirk could by many, be interpreted as ‘an existential masterpiece,’ as Nolan plays on your sens...

by Tremayne Miller


"plays on the idea of conspiracy theories but highlights they needn’t be far-fetched in tone"

François Cluzet (Untouchable) is a middle-aged man, who’s in financial strife, and looking for work after two years of complete and utter burn-out, when he gets hired by a mysterious employer, who ask him to transcribe phone tapped conversations. He is then propelled into the heart of a large...

by Tremayne Miller