Where we review a movie that’s actually in cinemas and a small team on a small screen
It’s fine. It’s nothing to get excited about, but it’s fine.
Where we fight about the biggest wave of nostalgia to hit cinema screens, that rare sequel that’s leaps beyond the original and whether John Cena is the next big thing in comedy – […]
Nostalgia has never had such a big playground. There’s a question as to whether we need a film that is in so many ways derivative of readily available pop culture stalwarts, but then how many […]
Gary Oldman wants an Oscar and that’s the only reason to watch this film. Recalling Winston Churchill’s ascendance as Prime Minister and the tense days immediately preceding Operation Dynamo and events better realised in the […]
Theatre, however powerful, often struggles to translate to film. Based on the play Blackbird, Una’s eponymous twenty-something (Rooney Mara) finally tracks down the man who abused her as a child (Ben Mendelsohn), too promising he […]
For even the most hardened sceptics, sometimes it’s enough for a film to just be fun. The absurdity of the Death Star’s fatal structural flaw, something that should surely have come up in quality control […]