Bill Nighy

The Limehouse Golem – Review

The Victorian era has provided fertile ground for cinema’s lust for murder, mystery, and debauchery, particularly around the unsolved Jack the Ripper murders. What The Limehouse Golem offers is a precursor...
Moon dogs

Moon Dogs – Review

Following the well-trodden path of road trip films, Moon Dogs tells the tale of two very different step brothers who make the journey from Shetland to Glasgow, one in search of love and the other in search of...
Jack Lowden

England Is Mine – Review

An unauthorised yet very affectionate biopic, England is Mine offers a glimpse into Morrissey’s pre-Smiths years in 1970s Manchester. Surrounded by arguing parents, uninteresting people and dead-end jobs,...
Girls Trip

Girls Trip – Review

Following in the footsteps of Bridesmaids and Trainwreck, Girls Trip embraces female comedy in its most unfiltered and unashamed form. This is not a sweet story of four best friends who find themselves in...
Dunkirk

Team Talk – Dunkirk

With Christopher Nolan at the helm and a cast made up of the likes of Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy, and Mark Rylance, it's safe to say Dunkirk has received its fair share of pre-release hype....
Francois Cluzet

Scribe – Review

When unemployed Duval (François Cluzet) is offered a job transcribing phone calls for a suspiciously vague "security firm", he blindly accepts, desperate to prove his worth in the world and get back to a life...
Baby Driver

Team Talk – Baby Driver

Edgar Wright's Baby Driver finally came screeching into cinemas this week, set to what is arguably one of the greatest soundtracks in recent years and featuring a superb cast made up of the likes of Kevin...
1sh

El Pastor – Review

To say that El Pastor is a thing of beauty is an understatement. The endless, broad landscapes of central Spain play a crucial role not only in the film’s stunning visuals, but also in the feeling of...