Reviews

  • Disaster Artist
    September 14, 2017
    First Look Review - The Disaster Artist
    One of the overriding questions one has while enduring a particularly awful film is, with all of the talented out-of-work film-makers in Hol ...
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  • Emoji
    August 11, 2017
    The Emoji Review
    Gene (TJ Miller) is an emoji who finds it hard to stick to his one, pre-ordained expression: Meh. He sets out on a journey to become a bette ...
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  • Apes
    July 26, 2017
    ‘War For The Planet Of The Apes’ – Film Review
    By referencing the Vietnam War and modern-day conflicts, this franchise-boosting epic apes a number of classic movies Graffiti sprayed by an ...
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  • July 12, 2017
    Spider-Man: Homecoming Review
    After the euphoria of his airport tussle with the Avengers, Peter Parker (Holland) returns to his mundane New York life. He craves excitemen ...
  • July 6, 2017
    Despicable Me 3 Review
    When supervillain-turned-secret agent (and family man) Gru (Steve Carell) discovers he has a long- lost twin brother (Dru — also Carell), ...
  • June 30, 2017
    Hurry Up and Wait: The Fine Art of the Celebrity Interview
    There’s an acidic saying, occasionally uttered by temperamental British stars who’ve been waiting ages on set for the camera crew to be ...
  • June 20, 2017
    Transformers: The Last Knight Review
    The good news for the Transformers franchise is at the box office (and it's great news). The film series has cost roughly $1.1 billion to ma ...
  • June 19, 2017
    Churchill review – transparently nationalistic biopic
    Don’t pull rank; makes you seem small,” Clementine Churchill (a formidable Miranda Richardson) warns her husband. There are moments of b ...
  • June 2, 2017
    Lady Macbeth Review
    Northumberland, 1865. Resenting her arranged marriage to older colliery heir Alexander (Paul Hilton), 17-year-old Katherine (Florence Pugh) ...
  • May 31, 2017
    Daughters of the Dust review – the dreamlike film that inspired Beyoncé's Lemonade
    The big screen is the best place to see this restored 1991 gem from African American film-maker Julie Dash; it now has a cinema re-release, ...