• Moonlight Review

    By now you know that Moonlight won the Oscar for Best Picture (eventually). I saw Moonlight a week ago but didn’t know how to articulate...

  • Fences Review

    There’s a feeling you get when you watch a film so well written and performed that is akin to watching a historical event take place;...

  • Would You Change Your Past? Say No With Cinema

    More and more I’m finding that the films I choose to watch end up making me question whether I’ve made the right choices in life....

  • Manchester By The Sea Review

    Many screenwriters struggle to be subtle. Same goes for lots of directors. Even when you get an idea so great; a character study that will reveal...

  • La La Land Review

    With all that’s been written in the run up to La La Land’s release regarding its overt homage to the golden age of cinema, I...

  • A Monster Calls Review

    When a young boy on the cusp of tragedy reaches breaking point, a mythical monster in the form of a humanoid yew tree arrives to...

  • Top Ten Films 2016

    I seem to say this every year, but I’ll say it again: Despite a pretty poor summer season (almost brought to its knees by the...

  • Hacksaw Ridge Review

    You will not see a more visceral film than Hacksaw Ridge in the next year. Mel Gibson’s depiction of the Pacific War is so harrowing for...

  • Wes Anderson made a Christmas Advert!

    Those very clever folks over at H&M have automatically trumped John Lewis, Aldi, Sainsburys, and any other poor schmuck who thinks they can create the...

  • Doctor Strange Review

    Many early reviews of Doctor Strange have cited how much of a different experience – both tonally and visually – the film is in relation...