As I always say, if you think any year wasn’t a good year for cinema, you haven’t been looking hard enough. 2018 has drawn to a close and it’s time for the annual tradition of critics to rank their favourites of the year. This list is personal and totally based on my feelings alone so don’t feel like I’m telling you what to enjoy, but if you missed any of these I’d recommend trying to find them ASAP. So without further ado, here’s my quick round up of 25-11 before my more detailed Top 10
Sadly, Mortal Engines uses up all it’s petrol in its fantastic opening and runs out of steam soon after. It’s got an brilliant concept at the heart of it but sadly fails to live up to the potential it possesses. The visuals are beautiful, but nothing else comes close in terms of quality.
Avengers may as well be my middle name as over the last 10 years I’ve grown up and loved reading, watching and playing anything Marvel based. The newest location for the worldwide phenomenon that is Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N is right in my back garden at the Excel Centre in London. So when I was invited to a press night there, it was a no brainer I would be attending. Here’s what I made of the event.