TheBoardman Movie and TV Reviews

Beauty and the Beast 0

Beauty and the Beast (2017)

I’d been looking forward to this for a long time now, and so wanted it to be good. Sadly though, this live action remake does little to rekindle the magical...

Kong Skull Island 0

Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island starts off fairly slow. Many characters are hastily introduced, poorly handled and then quickly forgotten once they meet their demise or the movie ends. An organisation called...

Train to Busan 0

Train to Busan

Taking the very simple concept of ‘zombies on a train’, this isn’t just one of the best zombie movies I’ve ever seen, it’s one of the best movies I’ve seen...

Logan 0

Logan

My enjoyment of the X-Men movies over the years has been pretty up and down. They started well but soon became a bit of a mess, I didn’t even care...

John Wick 0

John Wick: Chapter 2

I absolutely loved the first John Wick movie. Brimming with originality, breathing fresh new life into the action genre and giving Keanu Reeves the kind of seriously cool role he...

24 Legacy 0

24: Legacy – Episode 1

I’m one of those people who just couldn’t see 24 continuing without Jack Bauer. When news broke of this new season, 24: Legacy, and confirmation came that Kiefer Sutherland wasn’t...

The Founder 0

The Founder

These days McDonalds is everywhere. You don’t have to travel too far before you see those familiar golden arches – in fact, there are three of them within a two...

Hidden Figures 0

Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures succeeds in taking a little-known story about three crusading women, fighting for feminism and civil rights in segregated Virginia, and putting an entertaining and light-hearted spin on it....

Lego Batman Movie 0

The LEGO Batman Movie

We’ve had more than our fair share of Batman movies over the last couple of decades, and with Ben Affleck set to return soon for the highly anticipated Justice League...

A Series of Unfortunate Events 0

A Series of Unfortunate Events

The latest adaptation of the thirteen books comprising ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ makes its way onto Netflix, the last being the 2004 film starring Jim Carrey. I haven’t read...