Knives Out (2019)

It’s fair to say that we are coming up to the time of the year where a trip to the cinema might need to be one that can be enjoyed by the entire family. If you weren’t a fan of Star Wars and didn’t want to experience the anticipated weirdness of Cats this holiday season,…

The Current War (2017)

What’s this, you ask? Why is she reviewing a movie that premiered in 2017? A couple of years ago this star studded historical biopic was poised to make a heavy hitting awards season run after debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival, but then something happened. Harvey Weinstein happened. Originally snapped up for distribution by…

The Shape Of Water (2017)

With just twelve short days until the pinnacle of the cinematic calendar, the 90th Academy Awards, all of this year’s most celebrated motion pictures are coming thick and fast though the screens of British movie theatres. With a remarkable thirteen Oscar nominations to its name, Guillermo Del Toro’s latest offering, The Shape Of Water, arrived…

Nocturnal Animals (2016)

Today marks the first in the two part series of Amy Adams appreciation fortnight. The much anticipated Arrival, well, arrives in theatres at the weekend, but before the actress dons her sci-fi hat, audiences first get to see her in Tom Ford’s second directorial effort Nocturnal Animals, seven years after his debut success A Single Man. Would…

Freeheld (2015)

As we enter in to the weird territory in the cinematic calendar that is February/March/April, audiences begin to be greeted with a series of film releases that feel very much like they do not fit in to the category of awards season contender or big summer blockbuster. One such film that has found itself stuck…