“600 Miles” Is A Study Of Culture As Much As Character

Tim Roth stars in this tale of an unlikely friendship between a gun runner and the ATF agent he holds hostage...
Posted On 27 Jul 2016

“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

“Good People” Provides Phoned-In Drama That Lacks Real Thrills

Some good performances can't help a phoned-in drama that lacks real thrills...
Posted On 22 Feb 2016

“Rubble Kings” Is An Illuminating Document Of The Real Warriors

Martin Carr reviews Shan Nicholson's documentary Rubble Kings...
Posted On 10 Dec 2015

Forest Whitaker Shines In Rachid Bouchareb’s “Two Men In Town”

Martin Carr takes a look at Two Men In Town...
Posted On 15 Sep 2015

“Ruth and Alex” Is A Missed Opportunity

Morgan Freeman & Diane Keaton star in Ruth and Alex based on the book Heroic Measures by Jill Ciment...
Posted On 21 Aug 2015

“Comet” Will Reward Viewers Willing To Accept Its Intellectual Approach

Comet falls somewhere between seminal classic Annie Hall and the bleak beauty of Blue Valentine...
Posted On 12 Aug 2015

Barry Ward Excels In British Drama “Blood Cells”

Martin Carr takes a look at Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull’s “Blood Cells” which was nominated for Best British Film and Best Performance in a British Film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival… This film is beautifully bleak in an unrelenting way....
Posted On 01 Aug 2015