Set The Thames On Fire – Review

Set the Thames on Fire feels like the kind of bizarre black comedy you might have accidentally discovered on BBC3 at 2am. Coincidentally, a small-screen outing in the early hours might have suited this concept...

Rams – Review

It’s a rare beast of a film that can provoke genuine gut laughs alongside moments of true anguish, but Rams achieves both, with undeniably greater emphasis on the latter. The film is neither comedy nor...

Irrational Man – CFF Review

Irrational Man is a typically adroit Woody Allen hybrid. What begins as a Manhattan-esque love triangle segues quickly into Manhattan Murder Mystery crime-solving capers, with a heavy dose of moralistic...

She’s Funny That Way – Review

This nostalgic screwball comedy is Woody Allen-esque in plot and tone, which is funny, as Wilson seems to be wearing exactly the same shirt here as he did for the majority of Midnight in Paris. Unfortunately,...

Accidental Love – Review

When the director doesn't even want to put his name on a film, it's not promising. Sadly, the years Accidental Love spent in production purgatory did nothing to save its offbeat potential from the vague,...