• Jane Got A Gun

    Jane Got A Gun Blu-ray Review

    Friday, August 19, 2016

    Released between numerically-themed westerns The Hateful Eight and the upcoming Magnificent Seven remake, Gavin O’Connor’s Jane Got A Gun is more Jane Restrained than Django Unchained.

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  • Wiener-dog

    Wiener-Dog Review

    Friday, August 12, 2016

    The latest Todd Solondz tale of innocent joy and wonder is told as a collection of vignettes tied together by a common thread, a Wiener-Dog.

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  • Mike-and-Dave-Need-Wedding-Dates

    Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Review

    Wednesday, August 10, 2016

    I’m not sure if ‘not as bad as I expected’ is the quite the accolade that the makers of Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates was seeking, but it’s the one I am prepared to give.

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  • Star Trek Beyond

    Star Trek Beyond Review

    Friday, July 22, 2016

    To boldly go, where no-one has gone before. That’s always been a favourite soundbite of Captain Kirk and co, so it’s a shame that Star Trek Beyond doesn’t try to live up to this noble sentiment.

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  • High-Rise

    High-Rise Blu-ray Review

    Sunday, July 17, 2016

    Maverick British director Ben Wheatley has turned J G Ballard’s classic novel High-Rise into a deliciously dark film.

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  • keanu1

    Keanu Film Review

    Thursday, July 14, 2016

    Like most right thinking folk, I’ve been planning on kidnapping a cat this summer. Which is why Keanu seemed like the perfect film for me.

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  • Anomalisa

    Anomalisa Blu-ray Review

    Sunday, July 10, 2016

    As a guy, you realise early on in life that you better like the sound of your girl’s voice – because you’re going to be hearing it a lot. This goes double for the protagonist in Charlie Kauffman’s latest quirky adventure, Anomalisa.

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  • Mustang

    Mustang Blu-ray Review

    Saturday, July 9, 2016

    The shadow of The Virgin Suicides looms large over Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s feature-length debut film, Mustang.

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  • The Secret Life Of Pets

    The Secret Life Of Pets Review

    Friday, June 24, 2016

    The Secret Life Of Pets is this summer’s latest animated adventure about – spoiler alert – what our pets really get up to when we’re not around. So, Toy Story with pets then.

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  • The Meddler

    The Meddler Review

    Thursday, June 23, 2016

    The Meddler, Lorene Scafaria’s latest film, has the feel of an old-fashioned movie. This is no bad thing.

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Jane Got A Gun
Aug
19

Jane Got A Gun Blu-ray Review

Released between numerically-themed westerns The Hateful Eight and the upcoming Magnificent Seven remake, Gavin O’Connor’s Jane Got A Gun is more Jane Restrained than Django Unchained.

Read More
Wiener-dog
Aug
12

Wiener-Dog Review

The latest Todd Solondz tale of innocent joy and wonder is told as a collection of vignettes tied together by a common thread, a Wiener-Dog.

Read More

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Mike-and-Dave-Need-Wedding-Dates
Aug
10

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Review

I’m not sure if ‘not as bad as I expected’ is the quite the accolade that the makers of Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates was seeking, but it’s the one I am prepared to give.

Read More
Star Trek Beyond
Jul
22

Star Trek Beyond Review

To boldly go, where no-one has gone before. That’s always been a favourite soundbite of Captain Kirk and co, so it’s a shame that Star Trek Beyond doesn’t try to live up to this noble sentiment.

Read More
High-Rise
Jul
17

High-Rise Blu-ray Review

Maverick British director Ben Wheatley has turned J G Ballard’s classic novel High-Rise into a deliciously dark film.

Read More
keanu1
Jul
14

Keanu Film Review

Like most right thinking folk, I’ve been planning on kidnapping a cat this summer. Which is why Keanu seemed like the perfect film for me.

Read More
Anomalisa
Jul
10

Anomalisa Blu-ray Review

As a guy, you realise early on in life that you better like the sound of your girl’s voice – because you’re going to be hearing it a lot. This goes double for the protagonist in Charlie Kauffman’s latest quirky adventure, Anomalisa.

Read More
Mustang
Jul
9

Mustang Blu-ray Review

The shadow of The Virgin Suicides looms large over Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s feature-length debut film, Mustang.

Read More

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