Trumbo is portrayed here as a sainted martyr of the American left, but the film falls short as an inclusive portrait of this complex man, writes Wyndham Wise.
YOUTH is a decadent representation of how, in the frantic run towards the future, it’s easy to forget to live mindfully in the present, writes Federica Roberti.
JOY is a tale about how difficult it has always been for women to be taken seriously and to thrive in a man’s world, says Federica Roberti.
Take a trip inside ROOM with Hannah Clarkson’s review.
The Japan Foundation’s 2016 Touring Programme presents a diverse selection of contemporary and classic Japanese cinema.
Although not a total knockout, the talent of Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan shines through in ROCKY spin-off CREED. Jim Ross reviews.
Transgender meets the silver screen: TAKE ONE writer Xanthe Gilmore reviews Tom Hooper’s controversial latest release, THE DANISH GIRL
“Not just sex, but more. More!” Take One writer Xanthe Gilmore explains why Godard’s 1963 classic ‘Contempt’ (‘Le Mepris’) is well worth a watch
It’s easy to see why Steven Spielberg jumped at the chance to film Matt Sharman’s script based on this true Cold War story – Andrew Nickolds reviews.
Edd Elliott surveys the films of the closing night of this year’s UK Film Festival.
Andrew Nickolds isn’t head over heels for Todd Haynes’ romance CAROL.
Andrew Nickolds reviews Danny Boyle’s take on STEVE JOBS.
SONG OF THE SEA is a fun and beautiful Irish indie animation from Tomm Moore and Cartoon Saloon, soon to be released on Blu-Ray, VOD and DVD.
WARRIORS is part DODGEBALL-type underdog story, part travelogue and part polemic – Andrew Nickolds explains it all.
SPECTRE is as entertaining as Bond would be, but relies on older films and wants to have its cake and eat it too. Jim Ross reviews.