Greed

Greed – LFF 2019 Review

With a rollout soured by director Michael Winterbottom being pressured by Sony to make its end credits less political, Greed arrives with little question when it comes to its anti-corporatist credentials....

Slaughterhouse Rulez – Review

A British comedy horror with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost in? (And the debut for their production firm Stolen Picture?) The Shaun of the Dead comparisons are inevitable, but Slaughterhouse Rulez is a different...
Journeys End

Journey’s End – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 07/10/17 as part of London Film Festival. In adapting a play to the screen, there’s a tough balance to strike. You have to retain the essence of the original...
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Journey’s End – LFF 2017 Review

In adapting a play to the screen, there’s a tough balance to strike. You have to retain the essence of the original production without the limitations of that medium carrying over into the film. Earlier this...

X+Y – LFF Review

Morgan Matthews' X+Y employs refreshing subtlety in place of generically afforded melodrama. Despite playing host to numerous mental and physical disabilities, X+Y commendably eschews blatant and obvious...

Ender’s Game – Review

In the wake of Will, Matt and Tom’s duds, it falls to Asa “boy in the Tron spacejamas” Butterfield to deliver 2013’s decent sci-fi flick. Well, damn. Gavin Hood’s adaptation of Orson Scott...