Fences

Fences – Review

A great play has a certain kind of self-made intensity, as if its players are conjuring up a story from thin air and keeping that plate spinning around the single stage. It leaves you dizzy. Directing...
Special Correspondents

Special Correspondents – Review

It’s a big year for Ricky Gervais, what with hosting, features, and stand-up on the cards. However, if the return to the Globes was a solid first step, then Special Correspondents is a stumble into...
Ratchet And Clank

Ratchet & Clank – Review

For a certain niche of people in their mid-twenties and younger, a Ratchet & Clank film is a bizarre and nostalgic prospect. Reassuringly, these videogame fan favourites have made it onto the big screen...
Allegiant

News of the Week – 25th March 2016

The Weekly Report All news contained herein corresponds to the world of film. The Weekly Report will seek to cover general film news that has emerged over the last seven days. Lionsgate forced into...
Charlie Kaufman_Anomalisa

Anomalisa – Review

Charlie Kaufman's brilliance lies in his careful depictions of inertia and mundanity; his previous directing outing, Synecdoche, New York, piled such boredom up to its existential breaking-point with...
The Dressmaker

The Dressmaker – Review

The opening sequence of The Dressmaker is as beautiful as it is cliché, giving little hint of the zany and absurd story that follows. What stops The Dressmaker from being a stand out film is the storytelling...
Good People

Good People – Review

Way back when, Good People would likely be hitting a supermarket’s DVD bin with a big fat “4.99!” sticker slapped on the case. Now it’ll shuffle onto Netflix under “Crime Films”, 1.5 red stars...