“Daphne” Is A Refreshing Rom-Com Without The Gloss

Emily Beecham stars as the eponymous Daphne in this refreshing snap shot of urban life in an ever changing social media driven society...
Posted On 06 Feb 2018

Destined To Become One Of The Great American Romantic-Comedies, “The Big Sick” Dazzles

It becomes quickly evident while watching The Big Sick why it is now one of the highest grossing independent American films ever made...
Posted On 20 Jan 2018

“Tanna”: Window To A Distant Yet Familiar Culture

This heartfelt true story tells of a forbidden love affair between a couple who decided to marry for love, rather than obey the traditions of their parents...
Posted On 30 May 2017
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“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