Pixar continue to be as inventive as ever with each new movie. You can almost guarantee that the central story or character is like nothing you have seen before and that they will be able to build an impressive world … Continue reading Luca (2021) Review
Views from the Sofa is 5 Years Old today! As has become tradition, we always use our birthday to look back at 2016 and give some awards based on the movies we have watched this year. These awards are for all the … Continue reading Views from the Sofa Awards 2017
I don’t usually comment or care about awards shows. I think they are often so detached from the actual movie-watching public that their results don’t often reflect the opinions of the general audience or even the best of the movies that … Continue reading My Views on The Oscars 2016
It is a long standing complaint but trailers are giving too much of the movies away. Watch any of the recent trailers for the upcoming summer blockbusters and you feel like you’ve seen most of the movie, or at least the … Continue reading What if… Trailers could only use the first thirty minutes of the movie?
It is amazing how Room manages to tell a story involving some very nasty, mature and disturbing content without ever feeling too graphic. The film doesn’t feel the need to throw all the more gruesome aspects of the tale in your … Continue reading Room (2016) Review
I’m a huge fan of both Netflix and Cineworld. Netflix is a great service for old tv shows and original content. Cineworld makes going to the cinema both easy and affordable with their Unlimited Card. I even get to see a … Continue reading How Netflix and Cineworld annoyed me in one night!