Captain Marvel Review

Wahey! Twenty-one films later and Marvel finally did it – we finally have our first female-led superhero film set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan …

Destroyer Review

My only knowledge of Destroyer before seeing it was that it had Nicole Kidman looking very different from her norm and that it was a cop movie. Nicole Kidman plays …

Vox Lux Review

Directing his second feature film, Brady Corbet brings us Vox Lux (subtitled A Twenty-First Century Portrait), a tale of a popstar’s rise to fame in two parts. Starting in 1999, …

What Men Want Review

What Men Want is what it says on the packet. If you’ve seen the trailer you can basically predict the majority of the movie. The word “subtle” cannot be applied …

Glass Review

Coming off the back of an apparent return to form, M. Night Shyamalan brings us the third entry into his surprise superhero trilogy of Unbreakable (2000), Split (2016) and now, …

Capharnaüm (Capernaum) Review

Capharnaüm might be the best drama film of late. That’s quite a bold opening statement, but the narrative and cinematography is absolutely mind blowing. The film is about a 12-year-old …

Colette Review

Colette is the latest Kiera Knightly period drama. Directed by Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice) the film is crackling with contemporary themes and beautiful cinematography, showing how a film set over …

Wreck-It Ralph 2 Review

It’s been about six years since Disney’s favourite force-of-nature smashed his way onto screens and reminded everyone why the pre-2K era arguably continues to stand as the Golden Age of …