Darkest Hour Blu-ray Review

Darkest Hour

As an Irishman, my knowledge of Winston Churchill is limited to his famous quote about the Irish being a bit odd as they refuse to be English. Fortunately for me, Joe Wright’s latest film – Darkest Hour – is on hand to shed some more light on the man.

The Party Blu-ray Review

The Party

Shot entirely in black and white, Sally Potter’s claustrophobic dark comedy The Party has the throwback feel of an old fashioned English comedy farce.

The Party Film Review

The Party

Parties. You love them, I don’t… though I might make an exception for Sally Potter’s new film, The Party.

My Old Lady Review

My Old Lady

Kevin Kline plays a fifty-something multiple divorcee with a string of unpublished novels behind him in Israel Horowitz’s adaptation of his own stage play, My Old Lady.

Bel Ami DVD Review

Bel Ami tells the story of Georges Duroy rise from poverty to wealth using his wits and powers of seduction in 1890’s Paris. Right then, the blinds are down, so bring it on.

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