Jean Begins To Lose Control In The First ‘Dark Phoenix’ Trailer

“In DARK PHOENIX, the X-MEN face their most formidable and powerful foe: one of their own, Jean Grey. During a rescue mission in space, Jean is nearly killed when she is hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable. Wrestling with this entity inside her, Jean unleashes her powers in ways she can neither comprehend nor contain. With Jean spiraling out of control, and hurting the ones she loves most, she begins to unravel the very fabric that holds the X-Men together. Now, with this family falling apart, they must find a way to unite — not only to save Jean’s soul, but to save our very planet from aliens who wish to weaponize this force and rule the galaxy.”

Directed by: Simon Kinberg

Cast: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Evan Peters, and Jessica Chastain

Release Date: February 14th, 2019

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Official ‘Dark Phoenix’ Synopsis Released Ahead Of The First Trailer Tonight!

20th Century Fox have this afternoon announced that the first trailer for the long awaited X-Men sequel, Dark Phoenix, will be aired tonight on the Late Late Show in the US, and will arrive online around the same time.

The film, which was originally scheduled to release November this year but was pushed back to allow for reshoots, also has it’s first official synopsis and poster!

“In DARK PHOENIX, the X-MEN face their most formidable and powerful foe: one of their own, Jean Grey. During a rescue mission in space, Jean is nearly killed when she is hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable. Wrestling with this entity inside her, Jean unleashes her powers in ways she can neither comprehend nor contain. With Jean spiraling out of control, and hurting the ones she loves most, she begins to unravel the very fabric that holds the X-Men together. Now, with this family falling apart, they must find a way to unite — not only to save Jean’s soul, but to save our very planet from aliens who wish to weaponize this force and rule the galaxy.”

Who are you most excited to see return in Dark Phoenix?

Directed by: Simon Kinberg

Cast: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Evan Peters, and Jessica Chastain

Release Date: February 14th, 2019

‘New Mutants’ Release Pushed Back AGAIN Along With ‘Dark Phoenix’ As Fox Shuffles Dates

Fox’s X-Men spin-off ‘New Mutants’, directed by Josh Boone, has been pushed back yet again. Originally set to release next month on April 22nd, it was announced towards the end of last year that the film was under-going re-shoots (and even adding in a new character) and consequently the release date was pushed back to February 22nd, 2019. Variety are now reporting that it has been pushed back even further and now won’t hit cinema screens until August 2nd, 2019!

The latest film in Fox’s X-Men franchise, ‘Dark Phoenix’, has also now been pushed back and will now release February 22nd, 2019 – it’s original release date was November 2nd, 2018. There are only a few confirmed details of ‘Dark Phoenix’ so far, but what we do know is that it will take place a whole decade after Apocalypse tried to end the world in 2016’s ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ and confirmed to return to their respective roles are James McAvoy, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Alexandra Shipp, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Evan Peters, and Nicholas Hoult. Jessica Chastain also joins this sequel, but all we know about her mysterious character Lilandra so far is that she’s out to get Phoenix.

The Freddie Mercury biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody‘, which stars Rami Malek, takes a leap forward into ‘Dark Phoenix’s’ original release date of November 2nd 2018, after the biopic was scheduled for a Christmas Day 2018 release.

What are your thoughts on these date changes? Do they make you worried about the end product or do you think the wait will be worth it?

 

Molly’s Game

Year: 2018
Directed by: Aaron Sorkin
Starring: Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba, Kevin Costner, Michael Cera, Jeremy Strong

Written by Jessica Peña

Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut boasts an excellent script that enables a stellar performance from Jessica Chastain. ‘Molly’s Game’ is a calculating, fast-paced film about the woman media outlets dubbed, “The Poker Princess,” Molly Bloom. A former Olympic level prospect, Bloom endured a devastating ski fall in the 2002 Winter Olympics qualifications that led her to rest that dream. Upon moving from Colorado to Los Angeles, she works at a bar, then soon gets offered to work as a secretary for a real estate developer, an arrogant  man who refuses to eat “poor people bagels,” when Molly is ordered to fetch him breakfast. Invited to help run his poker games, Molly is enthralled with the slopes of the game and the power to seize her life, getting into deep pockets of legal trouble and an eventual FBI investigation.

Sorkin has penned several iconic personalities into big screen scripts such as Charlie Wilson, Mark Zuckerberg, and Steve Jobs. There’s something captivating when it comes to his approach with his latest subject, Molly Bloom. Sorkin immediately fell in love with how competent and thrilling Bloom’s life story was. Based on the telling autobiographical memoir, ‘Molly’s Game: From Hollywood’s Elite to Wall Street’s Billionaire Boys Club, My High-Stakes Adventure in the World of Underground Poker’, Sorkin uses his penmanship to dramatize challenging situations in Bloom’s real life to fit a very smart plotline. The film tells of Bloom’s brushes with A-list actors, studio heads, politicians, and star athletes, as they gathered into her poker games to challenge their luck. From the first poker game with her boss, he clearly disapproves of her dress and it leads her to refresh her wardrobe with the hefty tips she begins to earn from the games. She gets a taste for the entrepreneurship influence and being her own boss. We start to see more dominance in Molly Bloom and she becomes an effective player herself.

Jessica Chastain delivers such a distinct and powerful performance that it completely blows you away. We see her utilize the lovely, but strong force of nature that enabled her past personas from ‘A Most Violent Year’ and ‘Zero Dark Thirty.’ Chastain is infectious as Molly Bloom. Even in a smoky room full of billionaire men playing poker, it is her that demands the most respect. Her role encapsulates a stunning reality to a woman’s perseverance and wit.

The men of the industry, the government, and from her own family, cripple Molly’s personal gain in more ways than one. It’s easy to notice how she’s come so far in her profession driven by the illusion of “power over powerful men,”  She doesn’t notice this until the end, though. Thing is, it’s not the sole purpose for her. This is a story about her taking control of her own life. Mistakes come back to haunt you and it’s not always an easy hurdle to get over. From an early life of being pushed too hard by her father, Bloom carries a weight on her that refuses to be seen. The dynamic she has with her estranged father, played respectively by Kevin Costner, plays a huge role in her life. Sorkin writes in aspects of gender politics that make for some good commentary on this. Bloom’s unlikely heroism in the film peeks through in moments of dignity and how true she is to not only the rules of the game, but those of her own.

Idris Elba gives us such a solid and consoling presence. We see him star alongside Chastain as her highly competent, and at first very reluctant, lawyer, Charlie Jaffey. He advises Bloom throughout her entire legal case, never straying away to tell her the realities of her situation. He encourages her to seek vindication with honesty- to be on open book to the feds with information. Nothing in the world, not even her cleared name, would convince Bloom to provide the identities of the big names who sat at her poker tables every week. Chaffey is at first very cautious in meeting her. He assumes she is a definite loss of a case, considering her implications with the Russian mob. His relationship with Bloom becomes confident as they deliver the best lines to the other and begin to establish trust. It makes for some entertaining discourse, thanks to Sorkin’s ability to single out tension and give it a spotlight.

‘Molly’s Game’ is a film that deals a lot with Bloom’s strength and resilience in a way that finishes with redeeming effect. The only disadvantage is its 140 minute runtime. Sometimes you feel as though Sorkin could have cut out a scene or two. It’s nonetheless gripping throughout. Sorkin’s first time feature helming the director’s chair is a solid and clever venture. In an interview, Sorkin himself called the project a “triumphant collaboration.” His dialogue leads its characters to take control completely, especially with Molly’s integrity at stake. Sorkin doesn’t disappoint in his debut. ‘Molly’s Game’ is a film that’s very self aware of its characters with clever plays in dialogue and a hefty payoff.

Jessica’s Rating: 7.5 out of 10

 

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New ‘X:Men: Dark Phoenix’ Details Revealed

EW have revealed their latest cover, which is our first look at Sophie Turner as Jean Grey / Phoenix in the latest X:Men film, ‘Dark Phoenix’. New details the films plot and new/returning characters have also been revealed:

“Set in 1992, about 10 years after the events of last year’s X-Men: Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix opens with the X-Men, including Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Beast (Nicholas Hoult), Storm (Alexandra Shipp), Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee), and Quicksilver (Evan Peters), in a new, unexpected role: national heroes. Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) even lands on the cover of Time magazine. But his growing ego puts the team at risk. “Pride is starting to get the better of him, and he is pushing the X-Men to more extreme missions,” Kinberg says. After they’re dispatched to space for a rescue mission, a solar flare hits the X-Jet and the surge of energy ignites a malevolent, power-hungry new force within Jean (Sophie Turner)— the Phoenix.”

Jessica Chastain joins this sequel as “an otherworldly shapeshifter” – a presumably villainous character that we’ll learn more about soon! The cast also promise a “massive twist halfway through that will irrevocably change the course of the franchise”, which already has us all kinds of excited!

‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ arrives in cinemas November 2nd 2018

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The Zookeeper’s Wife Trailer

Jessica Chastain stars in the new trailer for real-life World War II tale ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’.

Jessica Chastain is one of those actresses who just adds a veneer of quality to any film she joins. Rapidly approaching the heady heights of legendary thespian talent, it won’t be long before Chastain’s name will be muttered alongside Meryl Streep and Cate Blanchett in the  house of super actors (as opposed to Super Actors, a failed comicbook franchise).

Chastain is lending her acting chops to the real-life tale of husband and wife team Antonina Zabinska and Jan Zabinski, who saved the lives of many Jewish people in Poland during the Second World War.

Directed by Niki Caro, whose previous films include ‘Whale Rider’ and ‘North Country’, and based on the best-selling book by Diane Ackerman, ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ looks to give an insight into one of the more unusual war stories from a largely female perspective.

‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’  hits UK cinemas on May 5th 2017

Written by Abbie Eales

Watch This Space: November 16 – 22

Welcome to your weekly go-to film guide – WatchThisSpace – where we recommend what to watch in the cinema and on the television, and remind you of those brilliant films hiding in your DVD collection.

IN THE CINEMA

Out this week is the final installment of ‘The Hunger Games’ franchise, with ‘Mockingjay Part Two’. The film will see the civil war of Panem reach its climax, as Katniss Everdeen (played by the perfectly cast Jennifer Lawrence) leads a group of rebels to the Capitol to assassinate President Snow. It’s also worth mentioning that this is the last film of the exceptional Philip Seymour Hoffman, after tragically passing away last year. The franchise finale is set to be a box-office smash, and for fans of the series this is definitely one to watch.

ON TV

Monday 22:45 GMT: Had a tough Monday? Unwind with the simple but brilliant comedy ‘Meet The Parents’ on BBC1. Easy-watching doesn’t come much easier than this, with slapstick humour aplenty from Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro.

Tuesday 19:00 GMT: Okay so it might feel too early to get into the Christmas spirit, but Film4 certainly think it’s time. Watch the classic story of Ebeneezer Scrooge, in the modern adaptation ‘Scrooged’, starring Bill Murray as the main miser.

Thursday 21:00 GMT: Have an excellent Thursday with the weird and wonderful adventures of ‘Wayne’s World’ on 5*. Check out our review if you need any more persuading. Alternatively, newbies to ‘The Hunger Games’ franchise can see where it all began on Film4.

Friday 23:35 GMT: Loosely based on true events, ‘Badlands’ is all about James Dean lookalike Kit, played by Martin Sheen, and the much younger lady he falls in love with, as they embark on an unfortunate road trip through the South Dakota badlands. Filled with violence and murder, this fantastic Bonnie-and-Clyde-esque film makes BBC2 the place to be this Friday.

Saturday 21:45 GMT: With an outstanding ensemble female cast, including Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Jessica Chastain, Bryce Dallas Howard and Octavia Spencer, ‘The Help’ is one of those films that everybody should see at least once. Luckily, BBC2 are on hand to deliver a movie which will make you laugh and break your heart in equal measure.

DIG IT OUT

This is our favourite part of the WatchThisSpace section. We delve into our own DVD collection and pick out some amazing films, that may not instantly spring to mind when you’re stuck for inspiration to make your movie night a success. Maybe you’ve never seen a film that we pick – or even heard of them for that matter – but you’re gonna have to trust us on this one, and Dig It Out.

The Artist: How can you describe one of the best movie experiences of one’s life?  How can you make a black and white, silent movie set in 1927 (but made in 2011) sound appealing? Would a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 97% swing it? How about the exemplary French and American cast, including Jean Dujardin and John Goodman? Maybe the quirky plot piques your interest, as silent movie star George and young dancer Peppy’s lives drastically change as the pioneering ‘talking pictures’ take over Hollywood. Reams and reams could be said on behalf of this modern film which says nothing at all, but truth be told, seeing is believing. Beautiful, uplifting and inspired by simpler times, this is one you should definitely seek out.

Mean Streets: It’s Mr Martin Scorsese’s birthday this Tuesday, and whilst this man should be celebrated on a daily basis, now would be as good a time as any. Last week, our Twitter debates focused on the legendary director, with ‘Goodfellas’ crowned his finest work. One film which didn’t feature in the discussions was ‘Mean Streets’. This beautifully crafted crime movie is one of Scorsese’s earlier works, but with the familiar faces of Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel in leading roles, its appeal still resonates with today’s audience. Fans of Marty, and the crime genre as a whole, should check this out as a priority.

The Nightmare Before Christmas: It’s not quite the most wonderful time of the year, but the spookiest time of year has officially passed. What better film to settle you in for the transition between holidays than Tim Burton’s classic stop-motion film about Jack, the Pumpkin King of Halloweentown, as he decides to take over Christmas for one year. With a catchy soundtrack by Danny Elfman, a love story between Jack and Sally, the rag doll, and a heart-warming conclusion, this is the perfect film to watch now those darker nights are settling in.

A Scanner Darkly: Based on the novel by Philip K. Dick, this surreal, futuristic film is interesting for many reasons. First of all, the whole thing is shot in a quirky, animated style which gives it a strangely fun feel, which is cleverly contrasted against a narrative focusing on identity, law, surveillance and drug use. Starring Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder, Woody Harrelson and a brilliant performance from Robert Downey Jr, as well as being directed by Richard Linklater (Boyhood), this crazy film is executed brilliantly. ‘A Scanner Darkly’ has achieved something of a cult status since its release in 2006, and now is the time for you to find out why.

This week’s WatchThisSpace was compiled by Sasha Hornby and Jakob Lewis Barnes

Watch This Space: November 9 – 15

Welcome to your weekly go-to film guide – WatchThisSpace – where we recommend what to watch in the cinema and on the television, and remind you of those brilliant films hiding in your DVD collection.

IN THE CINEMA

Here in the UK, we finally get to see what could be one of the best films of the year. Whilst critics are loving ‘Steve Jobs’, box-office figures are surprisingly low and personally, we cannot fathom why. With Danny Boyle at the helm, Aaron Sorkin behind the script and Michael Fassbender in the lead role, this biopic of the late Apple founder should be a great watch.

ON THE TV

Monday 21:00 GMT: Want to watch four friends getting extremely wasted the night before a wedding and then enjoy the hijinks that ensue the day after without the headache? ITV have got your back. I feel like everything that needs to be said about ‘The Hangover’ has probably already been said, so all we can say is WATCH IT! Here’s our review in case you needed any more persuasion.

Wednesday 21:00 GMT: JumpCut UK favourite (and arguably the best actress around right now), Jessica Chastain, stars in the critically acclaimed ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ on Film4. From the director of ‘The Hurt Locker’, Kathryn Bigelow, comes another intense look at the war on terror.

Thursday 21:00 GMT: Although it isn’t very memorable, ‘Iron Man 2’ is always an enjoyable watch. It may not be the greatest Marvel movie, or even the best in the ‘Iron-Man’ series, but it’s worth a watch for Mickey Rourke’s Russian accent alone. It’s Film4 to the rescue once again, making sure you have a super Thursday night.

Saturday 11:00 GMT: Hayao Miyazaki is the go-to-guy when it comes to anime films, and is world renowned for his work with the Studio Ghibli animation company. Among his finest works is the magical, family-friendly ‘My Neighbour Totoro’, which you can catch on Film4. This film has become a cult favourite since its release in 1988, and sits at #127 in the IMDb all time top 250, which should tell you just how brilliant this Saturday morning flick will be. 

Sunday 21:30 GMT: BBC3 may be changing, but hopefully its desire to promote modern British realism will never fade. This Sunday, take a look into the dangerous world of teenage life in London with ‘Kidulthood’, starring the likes of Noel Clarke, Jaime Winstone and Nicholas Hoult.

DIG IT OUT

This is our favourite part of the WatchThisSpace section. We delve into our own DVD collection and pick out some amazing films, that may not instantly spring to mind when you’re stuck for inspiration to make your movie night a success. Maybe you’ve never seen a film that we pick – or even heard of them for that matter – but you’re gonna have to trust us on this one, and Dig It Out.

Her: This is a movie that you really need to get behind. If you’re weirded out by the idea of a human man dating his O.S. (Operating System), then this might not be the film for you. If you can get past the unique plot, ‘Her’ is actually a really good film and an experience like no other. It may be weird, but normal is overrated and I think everybody should try to watch it at least once. DB

Boyhood: When I first heard about this film I gave it a lot of hell; I trolled it, essentially. But when I eventually watched it, I instantly fell in love with it. There isn’t much that actually happens, per se, in ‘Boyhood’, but it’s more about the journey and watching this boy transform into a man. It’s a really cool concept and one that only director, Richard Linklater could pull off. Interesting factoid, Linklater spent 12 years making this six-time Academy Award nominated film. Here’s our review if you want to know more. DB

Titanic: Do you like boats? What about Leonardo DiCaprio? What about Leonardo DiCaprio on a boat? Well then, you’ll probably like ‘Titanic’. Jokes aside, ‘Titanic’ is a truly great movie. Don’t believe me? This James Cameron romantic-drama won a whopping 11 Academy Awards, and still remains the second highest grossing film of all time, 17 years after its release. Impressive, right? DB

Donnie Darko: I honestly don’t know where to start with this film. ‘Donnie Darko’ is my all-time favourite film (I even have a tattoo of the devilish rabbit on my arm). Director Richard Kelly has barely done anything since this 2001 cult hit, but if I was him I would be more than happy with my work. A young Jake Gyllenhaal stars as the titular character, a messed up teen with schizophrenia and an imaginary friend in the form of a giant bunny rabbit who can travel through time. Sounds ridiculous, but this is one of the most engaging, thought-provoking and enigmatic films you will ever see, and it even has a fantastic soundtrack to boot; a must watch for fans of the psychological-thriller genre. JLB

This week’s WatchThisSpace was compiled by Jakob Lewis Barnes and Dalton Brown

Watch This Space: October 19 – 25

Welcome to your weekly go-to film guide – WatchThisSpace – where we recommend what to watch in the cinema and on the television, and remind you of those brilliant films hiding in your DVD collection.

IN THE CINEMA

To be completely honest with you, this week isn’t the greatest for cinematic releases, so here we are with yet another instalment in the ‘Paranormal Activity’ franchise. This latest effort sees first time director Gregory Plotkin helming the project, a film which focuses on a family attempting to protect their young daughter from an evil spirit. Catch ‘Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension’ in cinemas from Wednesday October 21st, if you are willing to sit through 90 minutes of loud noises, lazy acting and predictable events. 

One which could go either way, though we would put our money on it being a stinker, is ‘The Last Witch Hunter’. On the back of the huge success of ‘Furious 7’ earlier this year, Vin Diesel is apparently hoping to get this fantasy flick all the way to a trilogy to keep himself busy. We may be wrong, but we can’t see this one filling too much of his time in the future, but with Michael Caine and Elijah Wood in support, who knows what will happen.

The week could be rescued by the release of ‘Mississippi Grind’ though, which looks a whole lot better than the previously mentioned films. Starring Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn, the film sees down on his luck Gerry (Mendelsohn) teaming up with the dynamic poker player Curtis (Reynolds). This certainly seems like the best bet of the cinematic releases this week, and may be worth the gamble of a trip to the cinema.

ON THE TV

Tuesday 21:00 GMT: Where exactly did the McConaissance start? Well, it’s very possible that if you tune in to Film4 for ‘Mud’, you will witness the moment when Matthew McConaughey started to give a shit.

Wednesday 21:00 GMT: You’d be forgiven for thinking that ‘Magic Mike’ was a return to the realms of cheap chick-flicks for Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum, but that is not the case. Prepare to be pleasantly surprised and entertained if you switch to Film4 this Wednesday night.

Thursday 21:00 GMT: If it’s thrills you’re looking for, look no further than seven-time Academy Award nominated ‘The Fugitive’ on ITV4, starring the ever enjoyable Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones, in an action packed thrill ride that will have you on the edge of your seat.

Friday 21:00 GMT: Daniel Craig stars in his most recent outing as 007, in the high-octane, thrilling ‘Skyfall’. Refresh your memory with Bond’s latest adventure on ITV, before what is potentially his last performance as the iconic character in next weeks release of ‘Spectre’.

Sunday 17:30 GMT: The recent release of ‘Pan’ has been underwhelming, to put it kindly. What were they thinking? Nothing would ever come close to the original ‘Peter Pan’, and you can see this animated classic on Channel 5 this Sunday evening.

DIG IT OUT

This is our favourite part of the WatchThisSpace section. We delve into our own DVD collection and pick out some amazing films, that may not instantly spring to mind when you’re stuck for inspiration to make your movie night a success. Maybe you’ve never seen a film that we pick – or even heard of them for that matter – but you’re gonna have to trust us on this one, and Dig It Out.

Grave Encounters: The found footage sub-genre of horror is often much-maligned, even by a fair few lovers of horror. But this time around, The Vicious Brothers excelled in bringing another level to a very over saturated genre. Working with a tiny budget and a relatively unknown cast, they managed to produce a hauntingly brilliant film, especially with the asylum they used, which will give you goosebumps! The film centres around a ghost hunting reality show, whose cast lock themselves inside an abandoned mental hospital that is rumoured to be haunted in an attempt to prove the existence of the spirit world; perfect with Hallowe’en coming up!

A Most Violent Year: I can’t technically recommend this film to anyone, but not because it’s below par. Actually, I’m still yet to see it myself, but it sits at the top of my watchlist and I shall be watching Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac in action this week, so please join me. What better time to judge the credentials of Jessica Chastain in a criminal environment, as she looks to land a role as a Bond villain, and Oscar Isaac is always a joy to watch. Two of the best in the business today come together in what should be a thrilling insight into 1980s corruption and violence.

District 13 (Banlieue 13): Starring David Belle, the son of the man credited with developing the modern craze of parkour, David himself is also very well versed in the art of parkour so you know the action is of the highest standard. The film is a wonderful mixture of European and Asian style martial arts, with a nice dashing of character development and a fun plot. The film admittedly has a ridiculous sounding plot, where a cop and a ex-criminal team up to infiltrate a gang in order to defuse a bomb, but I can assure you it is a very fun 90 minutes. The film itself is French, so there is a bit of reading of the subtitles, but a little reading never hurt anybody, right?

Godzilla (1998): You look on IMDb or Metacritic, and you’ll see this film getting absolutely slaughtered. It was cheesy, sure; they took the plot of a classic and made it fun, theatrical and romantic. A monstrous lizard the size of a skyscraper, terrorising New York City isn’t supposed to be fun, but I have nothing but positive memories of this film from my viewing as a child. I loved this Roland Emmerich effort, so much so that I would say I favour this version to the 2014 imagining, which was a huge disappointment for me. With the news that Godzilla will be squaring up to King Kong in 2020, now is as good a time as any to divulge in this guilty pleasure.

This week’s WatchThisSpace was compiled by Jakob Lewis Barnes and special guest Chris Wilson of Chris’ Movie Corner.