On the plus side, the city fighting is pretty decent fun, despite the lack of consequence.
Jokes covering racism, homophobia and sexual assault, with Adam DeVine to top it all off. Ugh.
Potent and inspiring, not only for queer teens, but to anyone who has ever felt like an outsider.
A solid, satisfying debut about what makes us who we are.
See it because the subject is so widely under-represented, but heed the warnings presented in this review.
‘Piranha 3D’ though?
Unique and thought-provoking, even if it gets a little too confusing and esoteric for its own good.
You’ve read our review for the new ‘Tomb Raider’ film, now why not watch and listen to it?
Here’s the good news: it’s not horrific.
If the old-school, gung-ho earnestness doesn’t engage you much, the strong combat sequences just may.