School of Rock 6/03/21
When the kids arrive at his flat, instead of doing the right thing and taking them back to the school, Dewey hops on the school bus and takes them on the field trip to the concert for their performance.
Wonder Woman 5/28/21
I don't usually watch the DC films, because they don't tend to be as good as the Marvel Studios offerings, but I have heard from a few people that this film is something really special, and I know that the critics gave it glowering reviews.
This film for me was like a mix of Ratatouille and It's A Wonderful Life, with the crazy body shenanigans of Jamie Foxx's Joe (in the body of a cat) having to guide Tina Fey's Soul 22 in his body through his own life without Soul 22 messing it up.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 1/18/18
In much the same way as Disney's Wreck It Ralph, Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle is a stronger film adaptation of videogames than many movies based directly on pre-existing games, and many who play videogames will likely find something to like here.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 5/08/17
It is partly the use of that song in the first Guardians movie that made me want to see the sequel, and whilst none of the tunes in Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2 quite match the heights of Hooked On A Feeling the film definitely didn't disappoint.
La La Land 2/18/17
With just one look at the end of the film (I won't spoil the ending for those of you who haven't seen it but it's not what you'd expect for a film like this) he gets across his feelings for Mia.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 11/20/16
This film doesn't need to over-emphasise the Harry Potter connection: it's a great film in its own right and like the BBC's Class television series would benefit more from forgetting the world it is a part of and focus on providing us a great new franchise of movies.