Clive Owen In Anon

Anon – Review

From Andrew Niccol, who gave us Gattaca and The Truman Show, comes Anon, a pulpy noir detective thriller. Except that it's not thrilling. Anon is one of those films where you imagine that the writer sat around...

Gringo – Review

Sold as a dark action-comedy, and boasting a surprisingly A-list cast, Gringo has all the makings of a successful crime drama right from the outset. The film follows Harold (Oyelowo), a down-on-his-luck...
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The Last Word – Review

The Last Word is a rare and unusual treat which ignores the obsessive boundaries of Hollywood genre filmmaking, and is all the richer for it. It takes a while to find its groove, however; the opening,...

Ted 2 – Review

Moving away from Ted’s tiring and prehistoric gender dynamic (mostly), Ted 2 introduces a more inspiring goal…freedom. Comparing Ted’s plight to slavery is of course ridiculous, and MacFarlane treads...

While We’re Young – Review

While We’re Young is a natural progression from Baumbach’s Frances Ha, yet it breaks new ground by using older protagonists to provide a fresh perspective on twentysomething New Yorkers. Meanwhile, it...