Andrew Nickolds reviews WEINER, a fast paced verite film that unfolds like a modern Shakespearean tragedy.
HOMO SAPIENS will take you on reflective journey that encourages you to relish your inner thoughts, and contemplate what it really means to be human.
Don’t throw stones in a fragile post-WWI European glasshouse! Jack Toye reviews THE CHILDHOOD OF A LEADER at Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Revealing the cyber-warfare trump card behind America’s military prowess. John Cheshire reviews Alex Gibney’s latest documentary at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
What do you get when a 75 year old man goes on the run with a hog in a van? Taking similarities from Hákonarson’s RAMS, MR PIG serves both human and porcine humour.
THE NICE GUYS doesn’t break any moulds and is obviously a Shane Black creation – but that is precisely why it’s good. Jim Ross reviews.
Despite the always-engaging Tom Hanks, the themes of A HOLOGRAM FOR THE KING feel malnourished and an imitation of better films. Jim Ross reviews.
An intelligent trip into a counterculture family drama, Jack Toye reviews CAPTAIN FANTASTIC at the 69th Cannes Film Festival
Andrew Nickolds reviews Jeremy Saulnier’s latest thriller GREEN ROOM.
Woody Allen’s latest film, set in the Golden Age of Hollywood, comes under the Film Festival gaze of Jack Toye
Joan Osborne’s 1990s hit ‘One of Us’ gets its answer in this wacky extravaganza co-written and directed by Jaco Van Dormael.
TAKE SHELTER director Jeff Nichols goes the full STARMAN in his US Indie take on 1980s children’s adventure films.
Will anyone tell Marguerite that she can’t sing? On the face of it that is the whole movie. But there is much more to it than this, writes Mike Levy.
“The longer you focus on trying to be normal, the longer it’s going to take you to realise that nobody’s normal.”
Rosy Hunt reviews THE WITCH, a Puritan folk-tale previewed at this year’s Watersprite Festival.