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...

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...

Madonna – Cannes 2015 Review

A brave central performance from Hye-rim Moon goes a small way towards redeeming the broad feeling of frustration left by Su-won Shin’s Madonna. With shades of Almodóvar’s Talk to Her, an interesting...

Get Hard – Review

Get Hard awkwardly stumbles through attempts at finding humour in racial and sexual differences. Allegations of xeno/homophobia could be partially diffused by comedic context, but this comedy clearly needs to...

Suite Française – Review

Suite Française shows the civilian casualties of war, taking attention far from the frontline to an untroubled countryside. Williams and Schoenaerts display a compelling chemistry in their doubly...

Chappie – Review

From the brief setup and first exhilarating droid deployment (complete with bot’s-eye view camerawork), Chappie appears to fulfill the premise’s potential to be this director’s masterwork. Watch with...