Jack Lowden

England Is Mine – Review

An unauthorised yet very affectionate biopic, England is Mine offers a glimpse into Morrissey’s pre-Smiths years in 1970s Manchester. Surrounded by arguing parents, uninteresting people and dead-end jobs,...
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Miles Ahead – Review

It's hard to determine exactly what director, co-writer, and star Don Cheadle thinks of Davis. If he adores him, then that never comes through in his film; and if he has nothing but contempt for him, then...
Eddie the Eagle

Eddie the Eagle – Review

Whilst Eddie the Eagle may use every cliche in the book, and takes some major poetic licence for narrative's sake (the requirement of a qualifying distance, Hugh Jackman’s entire character... ), Taron...

Effie Gray – Review

As another chapter in the evolving period genre, Effie Gray combines the best of Merchant Ivory with the claustrophobia of a modern domestic thriller. Though the film is separated from Gone Girl by time,...

The Invisible Woman – Review

If you expect The Invisible Woman to enlighten you about its eponymous heroine, you might be disappointed. Despite a fine performance by Felicity Jones as Ellen "Nelly" Ternan, the woman who spent thirteen...