It’s Only The End Of The World Blu-ray Review

It's Only The End Of The World

Thanks to the warmongering of those man-children in charge of America and North Korea, there’s probably never been a more apt time to watch Xavier Dolan’s It’s Only The End Of The World.

City Of Tiny Lights Review

City Of Tiny Lights

London’s been called a lot of things in its time, but City Of Tiny Lights – Riz Ahmed’s latest film – is a new one on me.

Neruda Review

Neruda

The problem with history is how easy it is to forget. Director Pablo Larrain’s solution is to cast Gael Garcia Bernal as a sort of deadpan Chilean Clouseau type with a thing for hot teeth in his titular new biopic about Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.

Ghost In The Shell Review

Ghost In The Shell

If cinema was a Chinese Zodiac, then this year would be the sign of the sci-fi blockbuster. And kicking off this season of sci-fi is the Scarlett Johansson shaped Ghost In The Shell.

The Lost City Of Z Review

The Lost City Of Z

Everybody’s looking for something. Wise words from the Eurythmics there, and something early twentieth century explorer Percy Fawcett could have identified with, as I discovered in The Lost City Of Z.

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