Review: “The Mind Of Mr Soames” Is An Experience Like Few Others

Amicus Productions' 1970 oddity, The Mind of Mr Soames, has to be seen to be believed...

Review: “Entebbe” Underwhelms Despite Promising Premise

Manages to turn a fascinating if tragic international flashpoint into a bizarrely dull affair...

Review: Celebrating Cinema’s Disaster Artist – “The Room” Is Actually A Misunderstood Masterpiece

Leah Wimpenny, a self-confessed devotee to Team Wiseau, argues why it's a misunderstood masterpiece...

Review: “Midnight Sun” Fails To Shine Despite Good Performances

Based on the 2006 Japanese film of the same name, Midnight Sun is a romantic drama about a young girl who suffers from xeroderma pigmentosum, a condition that prevents her from being exposed to sunlight. Midnight Sun attempts to show a realistic romance between two teenagers by...

Review: “Otley” Offers Old School Titillation

Otley is a film featuring an abundance of misadventures and is worth a watch if you like 60s cinema...

Review: “Dreamscape” Is Full Of Captivating Ideas

Dreamscape might be stuck in the 1980s but it's full of captivating ideas...

“An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth To Power” Doesn’t Have The Heart To Match Its Ambition

You have to appreciate what Al Gore is trying to do in bringing the important message of climate change to the masses...

“Paddington 2” Embodies Everything That Is “Feel Good” Cinema

The film is both outstandingly warm and quintessentially British, which will capture the hearts and minds of children, teenagers and adults...
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