Posts Tagged ‘sequel’

Monsters University is a lovely family film. Set many years before the events of the 2001 Pixar classic Monsters Inc., the film follows young Mike Wazowski as he takes on his first year at Monsters University and meets the characters that will define the monster he becomes in the future. For fans of the original […]

Despicable Me 2


Despicable Me 2 is a fabulous family film. The sequel to the 2010 hit follows the now good Gru as he’s recruited by the Anti Villain League to thwart a bad guy who’s been stealing things with a ship shaped like a giant magnet. The plot zips by and there’s enough story development to keep […]

Wrath of the Titans is the sequel to the 2010 box office hit Clash of the Titans. I didn’t see the original film; however I had read that the sequel was a vast improvement, so I entered the cinema with an open mind as to what I may see. As a spectacle, Wrath of the […]

Sequel to the 2009 box office hit named simply Sherlock Holmes, Director Guy Ritchie and stars Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law return to the big screen for a second adventure as the dynamic duo of Holmes and Watson. This time around Moriarty is present as a character; he’s played by Jared Harris who’s apparently […]

The sequel to 2003’s highly successful blockbuster, Johnny English: Reborn is a brilliant family film. Set many years after the first film (which is only sensible seeing as when the last film was released) the story sees Johnny in exile following a seemingly embarrassing cock- up that resulted in the death of a world leader. […]

The phrase violence porn isn’t one that I use lightly. In fact, it’s a phrase I’ve barely ever – if ever used before. But then I saw Final Destination 5, in 3D no less. I had never seen a Final Destination movie before, but I knew what to expect, especially after my friend kindly explained […]

Based on the 1972 science fiction movie Conquest of the Planet of the Apes, Rise of the Planet of the Apes is an interesting movie. Remakes and re-imaginings are a strange concept, for many films there’s a clear question of ‘does this film need to be remade, and if so, why?’ Many of these said […]