Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

DEFINITELY seen this before but somehow it doesn’t appear in any of my media roundups. Hey ho! I rewatched following finishing the excellent TV series Andor, due to the presence of the title character in this film.  I’ve got vague

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Digital restoration release on the big screen – another chance to revisit a film of childhood in definition far greater than I’d ever seen, and in this case than the film producers had probably ever intended.  I’d forgotten about how


It seemed ambitious to mount an expedition on a schoolnight to the cinema to see a 155 min space fantasy, especially given the quality of sleep I got during Blade Runner 2049.  Yet Dune was a surprisingly gripping telling of


Didn’t actually finish this one – I think we got about halfway through, but evidently I wanted to note down that it was a massive steaming turd of a film.  A bunch of kids get designer-raised and sent into space

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Conflicting.  I didn’t hate it as much as the previous instalment in this “trilogy” (in which the parts bear little to no resemblance to each other stylistically or in storyline), but at the same time the whole arc of what’s

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Another Star Wars film, another excuse for me to grumble about why they’re nowhere near as good as they used to be. This one’s the backstory about what made Han Solo into who he was, and as with all of

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