Wonder Review

Wonder

Wonder tells the story of August ‘Auggie’ Pullman, an American fifth grader who seems like your standard kid: he rides his bike, he bickers with his big sister and he loves Star Wars.

78/52 Review

78/52

Alexandre O Philippe’s new documentary, 78/52, helped me see the classic Alfred Hitchcock movie Psycho in a whole new light.

Brawl In Cell Block 99 Review

Brawl In Cell Block 99

I’ve always seen Vince Vaughan as a bit of a comedic gentle giant but his latest film Brawl in Cell Block 99 inverts this nice guy image with unabashed success.

Mindhorn Blu-ray Review

Mindhorn

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.

Stratton Review

Stratton

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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