Central Intelligence

Central Intelligence – Review

Central Intelligence isn’t concerned with changing the status quo. There’s no grand message, no attempt to subvert the genre, or even poke fun at it Jump Street style. With its bland title and boilerplate...
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Eye In The Sky – Review

In capturing the inanity and immediacy of drone warfare, with its focus tipped toward political procrastination rather than military manoeuvres, Eye In The Sky is an effective entry into a timely...
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Triple 9 – Review

Director John Hillcoat is a master of the visceral, slightly depressing mood, so it's a surprise that he's whipped a completely different rabbit out of the hat with Triple 9. This occasionally clever...

Exodus: Gods and Kings – Review

Ridley Scott may be 77, but he’s making films with the energy and ambition of a man half his age. His direction is masterful and with DoP Dariusz Wolski he brings an exquisite painterly detail to this...

A Long Way Down – Review

Adapted from a Nick Hornby novel, A Long Way Down tells the story of four people who become unlikely companions when they all attempt to commit suicide on New Year’s Eve. Unfortunately, the film...

Need For Speed – Review

A song scabs over the penultimate scene of Need For Speed (or Braking Bad) before it hits you that it’s actually a truly dreadful cover of Dylan’s 'All Along The Watchtower'. This mangled arrangement...