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Shame about that N in Needs in there, I’d have like a clean sweep of M alliteration across the headline. Anyhow, Michael Moran went to see Mars Needs Moms, and this is what he wants to tell you about it: Another week, another computer-rendered kids’ animation. To stand out from the great mass of romantic… Read more »
I met up with Michael Collins at Thought Bubble in Leeds this weekend. Michael was my artist on the Royal Wedding comic books, and currently has been working doing storyboards on Doctor Who and Sherlock for BBC Wales. He’s also the artist of the BBC published Sherlock Colouring In Book: The Mind Palace, where he… Read more »
By Great Odin’s Raven! It’s a new Thor movie. And it’s set in South London. We sent our number three South London Thor correspondent Michael Moran to find out more…
Strippers, drugs, and a hugely inflated testicle. Just your average American family comedy then. Michael Moran smuggled this review across the border.
Shirt off, claws out: Hugh Jackman takes another stab at Canada’s angriest superhero. Michael Moran, Bleeding Cool’s most ill-tempered reviewer, takes notes…
The guy from Byker Grove. And the guy from Family Affairs. In the biggest, craziest blockbuster of the year? You’d better believe it. Michael Moran did.
What can you say about a madcap comedy about the End Of Days that stars just about everyone? If you’re Michael Moran, quite a bit. Apparently.
Today’s modern zombie is a faster, fitter corpse than the shambling undead brainmuncher of yesteryear. Michael Moran reports from the world of the jumping ghoul.
We sent Michael Moran to see the new Superman movie, and he returned, as you’d expect, with tales of Smallville, obscure lost Biblical texts, and Action Figure Smackdowns™
Baz Lurhmann adapts F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘unfilmable’ novel. Michael Moran reviews Baz’s ‘unreviewable’ film.
Michael Moran will tell you why Spock shines brightest in the Star Trek universe.
Michael Moran has been to see the new Star Trek movie for us. His 1,000 word mission – to seek out new ways of telling you what this film’s like without spoiling the plot. To boldly go where no reviewer has gone before.
Michael Moran’s review of This Is The End is under embargo until closer to the film’s UK release date on June 28th. He was allowed to tweet about the film, though. As much he wanted.
Can Tony Stark defeat his enemies AND the Curse Of The Threequel? Michael Moran reports on Iron Man 3, the start of Marvel Phase 2 and other numerological matters
We get to say “Yippee-ky-yay POTUS” twice this year. Michael Moran reports on the first of two planned destructions of the White House.
Tom Cruise stars in a movie that’s set after the end of the world. Is it worth visiting the radioactive ruins of your local cinema to see it? Michael Moran reports.
That moody-looking thriller with superhunk du jour Ryan Gosling in all the posters is actually three films in one. Michael Moran explains…
Series 3 of George RR Martin’s sword-and-sauciness saga is here. Michael Moran’s got a few reasons why you should watch, plus there’s an easy-to-enter competition with a prize so nice we’d like to keep it.
Michael Moran has seen the first half-hour of JJ Abrams’s Star Trek sequel. He was too excited to make much sense, but this is what we got out of him…
Our man Michael Moran has gone off at a secret location to watch almost 40 minutes of Star Trek Into Darkness and when he gets back to Earth, he’ll tell you all about it. In the meantime, here’s one easily relatable factoid gleaned from the footage.
Jason Statham is Parker. He doesn’t drive Lady Penelope’s car.
For that, and other shock revelations read Michael Moran’s review
Michael Moran took a trip back to 1940s Los Angeles for the starry gangster jamboree. And he’s back with the straight dope for youse.