Review: Aardman Animation Continues Its Enviable Track Record With “Early Man”

Aardman is still making people laugh whilst thumbing its nose at established Hollywood protocol, winning Oscars and broadening its ever increasing fan base...
Posted On 04 Jul 2018

Review: “Space Truckers” Is A Fun If Messy Ride

Space Truckers is a fun ride which is more in the vein of Starship Troopers without the flagrant nudity and violence...
Posted On 04 Jul 2018

Review: “Downsizing” Lacks Alexander Payne’s Usually Nuanced Humanity

Downsizing seems to find Alexander Payne lacking a fundamental sense of humanity towards his subject matter...
Posted On 21 Jun 2018

Review: “The Mercy” Boasts Strong Performances If Little Else

Firth gives us another rendition of his ‘everyman’ who remains infinitely watchable while Weisz and Thewlis provide selfless support...
Posted On 21 Jun 2018

Review: “The Defiant Ones”: A Striking Social Drama

There is subtlety, humour and solid acting while character moments between our leads remain magnetic...
Posted On 20 Jun 2018

Review: There’s Still A Light On At “The Old Dark House”

James Whale's film taps into the haunted mansion archetype whilst addressing class differences...
Posted On 08 Jun 2018

“Rex” Suffers From Formula Overload

In a time when the #MeToo culture has really taken hold, it is shameful that strong female characters still feel so stereotypical...
Posted On 25 May 2018

“American Made” Sees Doug Liman Deliver Another Sparkling Curveball

American Made sees Cruise playing real life CIA operative, Cuban contraband smuggler and family man Barry Seal...
Posted On 25 May 2018