Review: “The Queen And I” A Dull Affair

he Queen (Samantha Bond) and family are kicked out from the Palace to live in a run-down cul-de-sac, and as you would expect, find it hard to adapt...

Review: “Shampoo” Rinsed Of Late ’60s Zeitgeist

A seminal New Hollywood movie with a specific historical backdrop somehow manages to transcend the year in which it takes place...
Posted On 07 Sep 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: “Fighting With My Family” Is Less Than The Sum Of Its Parts

Several intermittent standout moments in Fighting With My Family unfortunately don’t quite add up...

Review: “Used Cars” Is A Charming, Funny Powerplay Between The Bully & The Bullied

Used Cars' creative energy sparks to life thanks to the imaginations of director Robert Zemeckis and co-writer Bob Gale...

Review: “Schlock” Lives Up To Its Title

The opening act from a highly successful Hollywood director admittedly has its moments. But it is also unapologetically juvenile...
Posted On 04 Jul 2019

Review: “The Wrong Box” In The Right Light

An English farce made during the mid-1960s has arguably failed to stand the test of time...
Posted On 02 Jul 2019

Review: “Tin Men” Rusty On Gender

There are times when even Oscar-nominated scriptwriters pen fatally flawed moments...
Posted On 19 Jun 2019