Mid90s – Review

For the opening film of the 2019 Glasgow Film Festival the choice is somewhat unusual. Not with the content, rather the type of film that it is and the fact that it is a low key drama that doesn̵...

Six Of The Best: Bromance At The Movies

Let’s face it; it’s a fairly daunting task to save the world all by yourself.  Not to mention, doesn’t having a partner by your side make fighting crime and evil so much more fun?  We think so. From ...

Thomas’s Top Ten of 2014

I’ve seen many people claim that 2014 was a poor year for movies. Before I started this list I was inclined to agree. As I wrote up my shortlist however, I found myself making sacrifices in ord...

22 Jump Street

I am relatively new to the Jump Street phenomenon. The first outing for the hapless thirty year old undercover teenagers completely passed me by. But when I saw the trailer for the most recent offeri...

New Releases for June

June is a bit of subdued month in terms of cinema releases. Last month heralded several blockbuster releases over the four week period with fierce competion for your hard earned cash. In contrast Jun...

The Wolf Of Wall Street

“You have all the money in the world. Do you really need everyone else’s?” Jordan Belfort came to Wall Street on public transport. A wide-eyed, idealistic young man hoping to come to New York to live...

The Wolf of Wall Street

Sometimes an actor and director pairing just feels natural. It’s an easy fit for both no matter the genre of film. In their fifth outing together, director Martin Scorsese and actor Leonardo Di...

Moneyball

It’s all in the stats Moviescramble takes a swing at the 2011 award baiting drama Moneyball. I must admit that I do not known very much about Baseball. I know the basics of the game but the int...