“The Choice” Satisfies The Thirst Of Those Craving Predictable, Rose-Tinted Romance If No One Else

The Choice is mediocre; something I would probably enjoy watching if I was 12 again, says Cristina Diaconu...

“Carol” Is A Piece Of Delicate Cinematic Beauty

A film of delicate beauty which subtlety blurs gender distinctions, skilfully drawing parallels between equality within a contemporary context...
Posted On 17 Mar 2016

“Brooklyn”, Like Its Star Saoirse Ronan, Is An Absolute Sensation

For a love story, Brooklyn demonstrates remarkable maturity in its insistence on showing both sides of this very flippable coin...

“North V South” Impresses With Its Forbidden Love & Solid Performances

North v South is a cut above recent British gangster films...

“The Face Of Love” Is Subtle & Self-Assured But Somewhat Under-Developed

Martin Carr takes a look at Arie Posin's drama The Face of Love starring Ed Harris, Annette Bening the late Robin Williams...
Posted On 12 Sep 2015

“Ruth and Alex” Is A Missed Opportunity

Morgan Freeman & Diane Keaton star in Ruth and Alex based on the book Heroic Measures by Jill Ciment...
Posted On 21 Aug 2015

“The Rewrite” Has Some Great Moments Within A Familiar Formula

Hugh Grant teams up with writer-director Marc Lawrence again (after Two Weeks Notice, Music and Lyrics and Did You Hear About the Morgans?) for romantic-comedy The Rewrite. Ryan Pollard finds out if it works...

Despite Playful Humour & Some Good Performances, “Always” is a Spielberg Fumble

Steven Spielberg directs this fantasy-romance based on the 1943 melodrama A Guy Named Joe. Despite some playful humour & some good performances, it's a misstep in the acclaimed director's career.