Only The Brave

Only the Brave – Review

Based on the title of this biographic weepie alone, you can probably guess what you’re letting yourself in for when you settle in for Only the Brave’s 134-minute run time. That’s right, you can fully...

A Bad Moms Christmas – Review

Does anyone else feel like it’s a bit too early for Christmas films? After all, we’ve not even had Bonfire Night and already our senses are being affronted by obnoxious light displays and the usual family...

The Ritual – Review

If there’s one thing you can take away from The Ritual it’s this – don’t take a short cut through the woods. However, this is pretty much our only learning from this relatively twist-free horror...

Flatliners – Review

As a general rule of thumb, if you’re going to update a film that was (let’s face it) average at best to begin with, it’s probably a good idea to add something new to the mix. Unfortunately, Oplev...

American Assassin – Review

Nowadays it seems you can’t walk down the street without happening upon a film poster for the latest anti-terrorism actioner. And it appears that American Assassin is no different. Despite what is, for all...

Gifted – Review

Increasingly we’re seeing films that, rather than adding a Hollywood shine to everything, offer us a realistically messy portrayal of life. That’s exactly what’s on show here - and it’s fantastic....
Guy Ritchie

Guy Ritchie: Revolutionary?

When we think of Guy Ritchie movies, what springs to mind? "Dags," caravans and, most likely, dead bodies being devoured by pigs. When a relatively unknown Ritchie burst onto the British film scene in 1998...