Review: Dietrich Remains Effortlessly Riveting In “Dishonored”

Dishonored tells a simple story without flair or distraction, while Dietrich remains effortlessly riveting...
Posted On 23 Aug 2019

Review: “Age Of Consent” Still A Tad Immature

Mark Fraser takes a look at the final feature film of one of 20th Century England’s most celebrated directors...
Posted On 23 Aug 2019

Review: “Coming Home” Remains Roguishly Relevant

Rarely has a film had more relevance, proven pertinence or reflected cultural unrest with such subtlety than here...
Posted On 22 Jul 2019

Review: “Picnic” Packs An Optimistic Basket

Picnic highlights how similar visual syntax can convey almost completely different meanings...
Posted On 24 Jun 2019

Review: “Sliding Doors” Inverts Expectations

Twenty years later this film still has much to say about the perils of partnership and clandestine coupling and is deserving of a revisit...
Posted On 19 May 2019

Review: “Adrift” Bolstered By The Magnificent Shailene Woodley

The true story of Tami Oldham and Richard Sharp who are left injured and adrift while sailing from Tahiti to San Diego...

Review: “Book Club” Isn’t Worth Joining

Shallow, one-dimensional characters and uninventive storytelling mire Book Club in murky water...

Top 10 Romantic Movies That Are Perfect For A First Date

The following ten films are great for those nervy first dates...