Birdman

Six Of The Best: Dark Side of Fame

Fame and fortune. It sounds wonderful, doesn’t it? Endless awards ceremonies, millions of social media followers and enough clothes and make up to keep you looking at your very best at all times. It ...
Lady Bird

Six Of The Best – Coming Of Age

Being a teenager is hard. Going through high school – and attempting to emerge relatively unscathed – equally so. It’s a time of great change; of expectations and reinventions. And, if you’re lucky, ...
Call Me by Your Name

Six Of The Best: LGBT Cinema

It’s Pride Month and, here at Moviescramble, we are only too happy to get our rainbow on. Representations of the LGBTQI community has come a long way from early portrayals – dating back as far as the...
The Perfection Netflix

The Perfection – Review

* This review contains spoilers * The title of this film seems more than a little bit far-fetched, given that it is a steaming pile of turds. It is tonally all over the place, the plot feels like it ...
Rocketman Elton John Taron Egerton

Rocketman – Review

Biopics tend to fall in to one of three categories: genuinely insightful (Trumbo), neatly sanitised (Bohemian Rhapsody) or wildly inaccurate (Braveheart). So, you never really know what you’re ...
John Wick 3

John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum – Review

Keanu Reeves is 55 years old this year. Just let that sink in as the opening moments of John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum unfolds. The third instalment in the franchise barely allows you to catch your ...
It Chapter Two Trailer

It Chapter Two – Trailer

It’s incredibly rare for a trailer to instil such an overwhelming sense of unease and fear. Usually, you’re in the cinema, hiding behind your popcorn, waiting for the jump scare but, in t...
Red Joan

Red Joan – Review

The idea of a “granny spy” seems utterly ridiculous. But, of course, Red Joan, is not focusing on the elderly woman tending her garden. It wants you to think about what the OAP in question got up to ...
Wild Rose

Wild Rose – Review

The opening sequence in 2005’s Walk the Line had your toes tapping in the cinema aisles as the unmistakable twang of country music pulsated through the speakers. Whilst not quite on the same scale, t...