Posts Tagged ‘james mcavoy’



Filth is a disturbing, yet brilliant film. Based on the Irvine Welsh novel of the same name, Filth tells the story of Detective Sergeant Bruce Robinson (James McAvoy), a bi-polar alcoholic junkie who manipulates his way through the festive season in attempt to gain a promotion at work. Supported by an ensemble cast including Eddie […]



Following an eventful 2012 that saw him dubbed king of something or other thanks to the London Olympics, Danny Boyle has returned to standard filmmaking with Trance. Trance tells the story of Simon (James McAvoy) an art auctioneer who finds himself sent to see a hypnotherapist (Rosario Dawson) after a heist goes wrong. It’s an […]

Welcome to the Punch is the worst film I have seen this year. It’s simply awful. Featuring a truly stellar British cast and set in our beautiful capital city, Welcome to the Punch has two of the key ingredients needed to make a great British film. The three ingredients if you’re wondering are Cast, Location […]

Superhero movies generally fall into one of two categories, spectacularly good, and spectacularly bad. There’s never really (in my opinion at least) been a middle ground when it comes to films about those with superhuman abilities. When I first saw the trailer for X-Men: First Class, my heart sank. I loved the Bryan Singer X-Men […]