Ready Player One: A digital visual feast designed to please the geek in you

“Eventually, he’s shown to buy that reality is somehow more preferable, because well, that’s the right thing to say, right? I never truly bought that he bought that. It’s probably got to do something with the film’s reluctance to really delve into the topic, save for these occasional self-righteous detours which I suppose were deemed morally necessary.”

The BFG: An enchanting journey

For those of us whose birthdays were never good enough for lack of an admission letter from Hogwarts, The BFG is the closest a film has come in a long time to waking the child inside, providing the assurance that life’s quite all right and encouraging us to dream away.