Jason Bourne – Review

Matt Damon is Bourne again. From the swell of the understated music that's underpinned the series to date, we know that we are firmly in Jason's world. However, it is a more chaotic, even murkier world than...
The Danish Girl

The Danish Girl – Review

We’ve come a long way since the days of Lili Elbe and Gerde Wegener. Transgender issues that made chaos of their lives now have mainstream acceptance, but Hooper’s direction is refreshingly frank about how...
Burnt

Burnt – Review

Bradley Cooper sizzles as manic head chef Adam Jones in this undercooked restaurant drama about a former drug addict in search of career redemption in the big city. Barreling his way through scene after...
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The Man From U.N.C.L.E. – Review

If this is how Ritchie and Cavill Bond, we’re lucky they never did. Aside from a microdot of genuine excitement and energy, U.N.C.L.E. is a masterclass in mundane, insubstantial espionage. U.N.C.L.E....

Seventh Son – Review

Pop quiz, hotshot! What comes after “You chose this life”? A - “It chose me.” B - “Don’t talk to me about life.” C - “You can't hide from destiny.” Chose A? Congratulations!* Here’s $95...

Ex Machina – Review

Alex Garland is in confident control from Ex Machina’s boldly brisk beginning to perfectly-pitched end. Carefully composed shots, swift cuts and succinct dialogue bestow the tumultuous pace and visual...