Review: “A Private War” – A Mainstream Political Thriller With All The Gloss Rubbed Off

For all its biopic pretensions Heineman has directed a mainstream political thriller with all the gloss rubbed off...
Posted On 08 Aug 2019

Review: “A Private War” Celebrates Journalistic Endeavour

In a cinema landscape awash with movie superheroes, A Private War celebrates a real life hero...
Posted On 18 Jun 2019

Review: “Entebbe” Underwhelms Despite Promising Premise

Manages to turn a fascinating if tragic international flashpoint into a bizarrely dull affair...

The Reel Review: Hector and the Search for Happiness

Rebecca Perfect and Amon Warmann check out Simon Pegg's new comedy Hector and the Search for Happiness about an eccentric London psychiatrist who sets out on an adventure of self discovery.

Review: An Education

Carey Mulligan is delightful in Brit coming-of-age drama An Education. It’s London, 1961. Jenny is stuck between childhood and adulthood. She excels at school and has a real chance of being accepted at the elite Oxford University. At home she sings to French...