UK box office predictions w/c 29th April: How did we do? It was quite a successful week for our predictions with Avengers: Endgame, Tolkien, Wonder Park, Red Joan all appearing as we’d assumed. We were also only one place out with the rest of our predictions. Long Shot pipped the Curse of La Llorona (we […]Read More UK BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: CAN POKEMON CATCH THE AVENGERS?
UK box office predictions w/c 22nd April: How did we do? We won’t win any prizes for saying that Avengers: Endgame was going to crash land in at number one last weekend. It obliterated the competition earning nearly forty million more than everything else combed. We did, however, take a gamble by saying that Dumbo […]Read More UK BOX OFFICE PREDICTIONS: JUST HOW LONG CAN AVENGERS ENDGAME STAY AT THE TOP?
Talking about Avengers: Endgame was… inevitable. Absolutely minimal spoilers and plenty of warning provided. We also review Destination Wedding, The Favourite and Crazy Rich Asians. And if that’s not enough, Birch reveals exciting news about not one but two films going into production.Read More The FFL Podcast May 2019
May has huge number of releases but we bring you only the best. Okay, and some of the worst. So here’s our take on Vox Lux, Long Shot, Detective Pikachu, Destination Wedding, John Wick Chapter 3, Aladdin, Rocket Man and Godzilla 2. Epic Trailer Music by Two Steps From Hell.Read More The FFL Trailers Review May 2019
It’s time for Avengers Endgame to make it rain. We’ve seen it, and can confirm that it’s every bit as epic and enjoyable as the critics have promised.Read More UK Box office predictions: Avengers Endgame to being its box office domination
It’s a sunny Easter weekend, so we expect things to remain pretty static at the top of the box office. Having said that, Hellboy has been slated by critics and its had a terrible start so we’re predicting that it will slip down the charts (despite having no real competition) and push Captain Marvel back up to fourth.Read More UK Box office predictions: Will Dumbo squash the competition again?
Wonder Park joins in the half term mayhem this week, cynically targeting the family audience (it’s received terrible reviews and unusually was released without a director’s name on the credits thanks to an unfortunate scandal, which we’ll leave you to Google!). Based on its success in American, we think that this could completely knock Missing Link out of the top ten as it’ll be attracting the same audience of family cinema-goers.Read More UK Box office predictions: Can Hellboy send Shazam! to Hell?