Eternal Beauty (2019)

With the news that one or two of the main cinema chains in the UK have made the touch decision to close their doors for the foreseeable future, it’s been a tough couple of days for British film fans. I cross my fingers the Cineworld and Odeon and come through this testing period for the…

I’m Thinking Of Ending Things (2020)

This past couple of weeks seem to have been an exercise in watching films by creators with whom I have very mixed relationships. Christopher Nolan was the first, and Charlie Kaufman is the second. Having on one hand very much enjoyed the likes of Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind and Anomalisa in the past,…

Anomalisa (2015)

In the United Kingdom, March is a strange month in cinematic terms, half filled with complete rubbish and half filled with films that have a strong presence over the course of awards season but do not get released here until all of the prize giving fun has passed. One such film in the latter category…

Legend (2015)

Along with the likes of Jack The Ripper, Charles Bronson and the Great Train Robbery, the legend of the Kray twins is something that has always been of great fascination to the British public. Though I am unaware of the extent of their notoriety outside of the British Isles, stories and memories of Ronald and Reginald…

The Theory Of Everything (2014)

Stephen Hawking is without a doubt one of the most iconic figures of the twentieth century and beyond.The cruel juxtaposition of one of the most brilliant minds the world has ever seen combined with the tragic circumstances of his health from such an early age meant that it was only a matter of time before…