Good Girl – Doc/Fest 2015 Review

“A feel-good film about depression” isn’t the easiest of sales pitches, but it’s an apt description of Good Girl. It’s bleak subject material, not least in depicting Solveig’s treatment by...

Survivor – Review

Survivor is nonsense. The manner in which you accept that affects your opinion of James McTeigue's latest number. Yet even when straining for the positives, there are a lot of flaws here. The 9/11 themed...

London Road – Review

London Road is imaginative and bold. Characters talk and sing (sometimes jarringly) as real-life residents of London Road, the area irrevocably affected by 2006’s Ipswich murders. What they express is...

Spy – Review

Despite overusing genre tropes, Spy is an enjoyable romp for those that are after a good bit of stupidity and solid laughs. Melissa McCarthy’s characterisation is concise and well-executed, and she is...

Man Up – Review

In this breezy, 21st century flick, we get a modern day British saviour of the diluted romcom genre. This highly likeable number scores big points through its impressive leads. It's good to see Pegg make a...

Danny Collins – Review

The opening of Danny Collins claims that it's "kind of based on a true story a little bit". It's kind of a good movie a little bit too. The slew of classic Lennon songs is a nice touch, but as late-in-life...