All posts tagged: cinema

Film review: Jurassic World

Thank you, Jurassic World for refreshing my irrational fear of velociraptors this weekend. Irrational because they’re extinct, that is, and because if they were real, they would only reach up to my waist or so. I think… But fear nevertheless. In the trailer they hint at the raptors having been tamed and following Chris Pratt’s orders. There’s also the Indominus Rex, this massive dinosaur genetically engineered to be bigger, bolder, meaner, so it goes to follow that’s the one you should be scared about, and don’t get me wrong, it is scary, but you know, whatever. As usual, I’m going to mention every single detail I can remember, spoilers included, so read at your own risk! We start the film with this family who are leaving on holiday, actually, just the kids. For some reason, we are shown that the older kid has a girlfriend he’s not interested in that much, and the younger kid is very enthusiastic about stuff (and dinosaurs, mainly). The kids are going to spend a week at Jurassic World, where …

Film review: San Andreas

For the past few years, I’ve had an Unlimited card from Cineworld. When I got it, I thought it was great value, and that I would be going to the cinema several times a week. Fast-forward to now, and there are months where the closest I go to a cinema is… Never, really. Quite recently, I told myself I was going to put the card to good use, or stop the membership. Now that Trocadero isn’t there anymore (the cinema, anyway), I don’t see much point to paying the premium for Central London cinemas, so the jury is still out on that. However, I’m on a good track for movies already. As of 1st June, I’ve already been to one. Normally, I watch the films months after they’ve been released, mainly because I forget about them, so if I write about a film, I can be sure a bunch of you have already watched it. Today, however, I’m writing about a new film (look at me, being all up-to-date and all that!). So, you know …