The Book Of Henry (2017)

Let me be frank, this film was only on my radar because of the horrendous reception it has received from pretty much ever major film critic in the English speaking world. I had been tracking The Book Of Henry ever since seeing the absolutely bizarre trailer some months ago. Though I’d hate to see a…

Insurgent (2015)

It seems as though all I have been doing for the past few weeks is watching films starring Shailene Woodley. I was forced by a friend to sit through a second viewing of The Fault In Our Stars (a film that I really did not like), and subsequently caught her starring role in White Bird…

Birdman (2014)

For the past few weeks all any serious film fan has heard about is Birdman. Birdman this, Birdman that, Birdman everything. Liking to remain as spoiler free as I possibly can before seeing a film, the only knowledge I had of the much talked about picture was in the various and extremely confusing trailers and…

St. Vincent (2014)

Have you noticed that my recent reviews have all suddenly become much more positive? This is not a coincidence, it is my favourite time of year in which the majority of the year’s best films are unleashed upon the world in hope of picking up a few prizes in the next few months. Whilst the…

Grace Of Monaco (2014)

Long time readers of Oh! That Film Blog will remember the fateful day last September when I, for the love of film criticism, forced myself to endure the cinematic car crash that was 2013’s poorly judged and even more poorly received Diana. Nightmares of the utterly cringeworthy event are still had to this day, and…

Film Questionnaire Time!

With only The Monuments Men taking my fancy in the form of a prospective review this week, it’s looking like a rather quiet few days over here at Oh! That Film Blog. In search of inspiration, I came across a film related survey/questionnaire type post on Cinemaniac Reviews, and never being one to turn down…

Diana (2013)

Sixteen years on and it appears that the moral statute of limitations on the life, times and death of Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, is well and truly up. Quite frankly I’m surprised it has taken this long for a major film depicting any aspect of her life to be made, but if the quality…