Tag Archive for: action movies

‘The Marvels’: Is it a Musical, a Slumber Party, or a Therapy Session? [Movie Review]

Things are awry in the universe as the indestructible Captain Marvel flies around in her Crocs with her cat Goose, in ‘The Marvels’.

Heart of Stone: Movie Review

Gal Gadot’s agent Rachel Stone has the potential to fight her way to the top of the female action hero genre.

Extraction 2: Light on Story, Big on Entertaining Action (Movie Review)

Extraction 2 is an entertaining, intense-action film that knows what it is and what it wants to do, writes Oli Phillips.

Is Blue Beetle the Saviour of the DC Universe

Blue Beetle provides hope for the future of the superhero genre and should motivate viewers to get out to theatres for good family fun.

From Gamer to Elite Motor Racer: ‘Gran Turismo’ Brings True Story to Life

This true-to-life action film attempts to keep the pedal to the floor, but fails to keep the motor running, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One [Movie Review]

Cruise doesn’t hold back on some of the most harrowing chases, stunts and fight sequences on record in this latest MI instalment.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

Indiana Jones is back for one last expedition to defend the latest artefact sought after by familiar enemies and family friends…

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – Movie Review

Those outerspace misfits known as the Guardians of the Galaxy strike again and they do not disappoint, says movie critic Russ Matthews.

John Wick: Chapter 4 – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

Whether he’s a real man or a ghost working his way out of hell, John Wick has become a decade-long franchise that’s redefined the action genre.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Movie Review

In Wakanda Forever, Queen Ramonda, Shuri, M’Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje fight for their nation in the wake of King T’Challa’s death.

Black Adam – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

Black Adam struggles from a lack of character development and the lack of a decent villain, writes movie critic Russ Matthews.

Thor: Love and Thunder – Movie Review

The characters in this latest Marvel flick work hard to determine their purpose, but most fail to find it in a convoluted story arc, writes Russ Matthews.

Jurassic World: Dominion [Movie Review]

The latest instalment in the Jurassic franchise seems to be a warning to mankind for the future of our planet, writes film critic Russ Matthews.

Top Gun: Maverick – Reel Dialogue Movie Review

It took three years, but it was worth the wait for this revisiting of the classic Tom Cruise film, writes Reel Dialogue film critic Russ Matthews.

The Batman: A Movie Review of the Latest Version

Do we need another version? Oh, yeah. Critic Russ Matthews shares his take on the latest iteration of the neverending Batman movie tradition.

We Must Confront Who We Become in Chris Pratt’s ‘The Tomorrow War’

The Tomorrow War is the first major movie Chris Pratt has been part of as both its star and executive producer and its story isn’t half bad.

Fast & Furious 9 Makes the Oversized and Impossible Mean Something

Although the plot is secondary to the visual blockbuster behemoth the ‘Fast Saga’ has become, it lets us in to parts of Dom’s life we haven’t seen yet.