“Housekeeping” Speaks To The Tolerant Part In Each Of Us

Bill Forsyth has left us with a film boasting universal relevance both poignant and pertinent that speaks to the tolerant part in each of us...
Posted On 23 Jun 2017

“Short Poppies” Is Proof Talented People Are No Strangers To False Starts

Short Poppies is a mockumentary TV series featuring entertainment reporter David Farrier meeting extraordinary New Zealanders who all live in the same town...
Posted On 22 Jun 2017

“The LEGO Batman Movie” Proves The Eponymous Hero Has Life In Him Yet

The LEGO Batman Movie is a surprise. Not because it’s so good but because it’s literally one of the best films about Batman ever...
Posted On 21 Jun 2017

“Prevenge” Delights With Devilish Wit & Irony

Prevenge is an offbeat thriller about a pregnant woman following the murderous instructions of her unborn baby...

“Everybody Wants Some” Is Another Richard Linklater Triumph

Everybody Wants Some is a film that gets better and better the further into the story you get...
Posted On 05 Jun 2017

Moving & Ambitious, “Toni Erdmann” Delights

Laced with surrealist comedy and relationship drama, Toni Erdmann works so well in part because of Sandra Muller’s blank canvas performance...
Posted On 28 May 2017

“Dough” Is A Little Rough Around The Edges

Dough comically tackles issues of race and religion as a Jewish baker and Muslim refugee revive the fortunes of a bakery business...

“Swiss Army Man” Is A Special Kind Of Extraordinary

This surrealist masterpiece comes to Blu-ray and DVD piled high with plaudits, packed to the rafters with invention and containing a performance from Daniel Radcliffe which defies description...
Posted On 18 May 2017