Dressed up in its shiny sci-fi/horror suit, Colossal is actually a very dark drama with a sly sense of humour
Unusual monster move Colossal makes its way to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download on September 11.
Colossal is one of those films that wrong-foots you right from the start, in the best possible way.
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Sequels so often disappoint, but unlike most, Rio 2 is far from a disappointment. It's bigger, bolder, brighter and livelier than 2011's Rio, with plenty to keep the kids entertained.
It was inevitable that, once Nolan's Batman trilogy was completed, a set such as this would come along.
It’s not often I happily slap top marks on a film. Even rarer are the times I happily award something five out of five and then list all the things...
Nolan's conclusion to his Batman trilogy is an absolute corker. It outclasses every other summer blockbuster – The Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man are kiddie cartoons compared to this one.
Movies rarely improve upon their source material and this film version of David Nicholls' bestseller is no exception.
When you think of Rio you think of fun, carnival, party, party, party. Unfortunately the film version doesn't quite live up to the city it's named after.