The Party 2017 Film (2)

The Party – Review

Like a real shindig, The Party takes a while to settle into a groove – but once the champagne is flowing and the blood hits the floor, it’s an absolute blast to laugh with Sally Potter as she mercilessly...
Kills On Wheels

Kills on Wheels – Review

In the wrong hands, Kills on Wheels could wind up feeling like a Tarantino knock-off; it follows a near-invulnerable paraplegic hitman, aided by two surly teenagers, out for revenge against a slew of...
Worm

Anti Matter – Review

Anti Matter throws a lot of balls in the air at the outset but impressively manages to juggle them all, delivering a taut thriller that should appeal to both hard sci-fi fans and those who don’t know their...
My Cousin Rachel

My Cousin Rachel – Review

Novel adaptations are tricky, particularly when it comes to unreliable narrators – thankfully My Cousin Rachel avoids losing the essence of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, playing with perspective behind and in...
GoinginStyle

Going In Style – Review

With the stop-start pacing of an OAP on a golf cart, Going in Style wastes its first act trudging through ham-fisted politics before abruptly shifting into high gear to speed through the heist itself....
Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures – Review

With a cracking soundtrack and a swinging '60s style, Hidden Figures is bursting with love for the glory days of the space race – although it isn't afraid to question why it's taken this long for this story...
Tower

Tower – Review

Tower stands as a proud example of how documenting humanity's worst moments will always show humanity at its best. This moving film sidesteps typical breakdowns of killer Charles Whitman's identity and...
Gold

Gold – Review

Gold sets out to make its mark as the only adventure film where the plucky, idealistic heroes are a mining corporation. To its credit, it almost works, thanks to a fun central performance and a tight script....