• The Meyerowitz Stories

    The Meyerowitz Stories Review

    Sunday, October 8, 2017

    Taking out your artistic frustrations on those closest comes naturally to Dustin Hoffman’s Harold Meyerowitz; around whom the cast of Noah Baumbach’s well written and charming feature, The Meyerowitz Stories, orbit.

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  • mother!

    mother! Review

    Sunday, September 10, 2017

    mother! And yes, the lowercase m and exclamation mark are essential according to the pr blurb that accompanies Darren Aronofsky’s new film.

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  • Mindhorn

    Mindhorn Blu-ray Review

    Tuesday, September 5, 2017

    The Mighty Boosh was a phenomenon that admittedly passed me by. Sure, I knew who Noel Fielding was, but Julian Barratt was relatively unknown to me. Until Mindhorn came to town.

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  • Stratton

    Stratton Review

    Friday, September 1, 2017

    There are moments during the opening scenes of Simon West’s latest offering, Stratton, when you think, sure there is a serious lack of imagination here, but overall this could be a relatively satisfactory cinema outing.

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  • American Made

    American Made Review

    Friday, August 25, 2017

    Doug Liman teams up with his Edge of Tomorrow star to bring the colourful story of Adler Berriman ‘Barry’ Seal to the big screen in American Made.

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  • Logan Lucky

    Logan Lucky Review

    Thursday, August 24, 2017

    The formerly retired director known as Steven Soderbergh returns to cinema screens this month with Logan Lucky, a light crime caper starring the formerly retired James Bond – Daniel Craig.

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  • Liev Schreiber in The Bleeder

    The Bleeder Blu-ray Review

    Monday, August 21, 2017

    Philippe Falardeau’s The Bleeder tells the true-life story of the Liev Schreiber shaped Chuck Wepner, a heavyweight boxer from Bayonne in New Jersey.

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  • A Ghost Story

    A Ghost Story Review

    Friday, August 11, 2017

    Time is a flat circle. if space and time are infinite, it follows that we’re destined to live out our lives over and over again, in another time and another place. At least that’s the idea behind director David Lowery’s latest film A Ghost Story.

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  • Free Fire

    Free Fire Blu-ray Review

    Wednesday, August 9, 2017

    If Ben Wheatley made a two-hour documentary about the effect of air on a freshly-applied coat of emulsion, I’d most likely be first in line for tickets. Free Fire is a tale of what happens when an arms deal goes spectacularly wrong.

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  • The Handmaiden

    The Handmaiden Blu-ray Review

    Monday, August 7, 2017

    Famous for his brilliant movie Oldboy, director Park Chan-wook may have created something even better with his latest film, The Handmaiden.

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The Meyerowitz Stories
Oct
8

The Meyerowitz Stories Review

Taking out your artistic frustrations on those closest comes naturally to Dustin Hoffman’s Harold Meyerowitz; around whom the cast of Noah Baumbach’s well written and charming feature, The Meyerowitz Stories, orbit.

Read More
mother!
Sep
10

mother! Review

mother! And yes, the lowercase m and exclamation mark are essential according to the pr blurb that accompanies Darren Aronofsky’s new film.

Read More

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American Made
Aug
25

American Made Review

Doug Liman teams up with his Edge of Tomorrow star to bring the colourful story of Adler Berriman ‘Barry’ Seal to the big screen in American Made.

Read More
Logan Lucky
Aug
24

Logan Lucky Review

The formerly retired director known as Steven Soderbergh returns to cinema screens this month with Logan Lucky, a light crime caper starring the formerly retired James Bond – Daniel Craig.

Read More
A Ghost Story
Aug
11

A Ghost Story Review

Time is a flat circle. if space and time are infinite, it follows that we’re destined to live out our lives over and over again, in another time and another place. At least that’s the idea behind director David Lowery’s latest film A Ghost Story.

Read More
Free Fire
Aug
9

Free Fire Blu-ray Review

If Ben Wheatley made a two-hour documentary about the effect of air on a freshly-applied coat of emulsion, I’d most likely be first in line for tickets. Free Fire is a tale of what happens when an arms deal goes spectacularly wrong.

Read More
The Handmaiden
Aug
7

The Handmaiden Blu-ray Review

Famous for his brilliant movie Oldboy, director Park Chan-wook may have created something even better with his latest film, The Handmaiden.

Read More
Dunkirk
Jul
18

Dunkirk Review

For a serious auteur, Christopher Nolan has tackled some lightweight material. With Dunkirk, the director turns his hand to the heavyweight subject of evacuating allied forces from France during the Second World War.

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