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 …

Stan & Ollie Review

Stan & Ollie is a biopic about the famous Laurel & Hardy comedy duo that took the world by storm in the 1930s. This film follows the very end of …

The Favourite Review

Coming from the fascinating mind of Greek director, Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster, The Killing of a Sacred Deer), The Favourite follows the politics and power plays occurring behind-the-scenes, during the …

On the Basis of Sex Review

On The Basis of Sex is a biopic that follows the story of Supreme Court Justice: Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This film follows her life events, the adversity she faced, as …

Aquaman Review

With the exception of Patty Jenkins’ box office hit, Wonder Woman, Warner Bros. have been struggling to make their superhero cinematic universe – the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), or Worlds …

Green Book Review

Green Book is a comedy-drama film following the true story of Tony (Lip) Vallelonga (a name you might recognise, an actor later in his life starring in The Sopranos, but …