Finding Fatimah

Finding Fatimah – Review

Oz Arshad’s directorial debut Finding Fatimah brings us the story of Shahid, a Muslim divorcee looking for love on dating app Single Muslim. He stumbles across the beautiful Fatimah, but with divorce...
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The Hatton Garden Job – Review

The Hatton Garden Job, from the very beginning, is an exhausting waste of time. There's nothing in this film that inspires joy, instead, it's a two-hour long stare into an abyss where creativity has died and...
Justjim

Just Jim – Review

With Craig Robert’s first turn as a director out of the way, it’s easy to see why “wunderkind” comes up so much. Just Jim marks a new and crucial development in Roberts' thematic repertoire, showing...
The Messenger Final

The Messenger – Review

The idea that we can receive one final message from dead loved ones is appealing to us as humans, and is interestingly played upon through flashbacks interspersed throughout the narrative, demonstrating how...

The Bad Education Movie – Review

Brash, dumb, and cheerfully puerile, the Bad Education gang follow in the Inbetweeners' footsteps in uprooting from their familiar surroundings for the big screen. This move largely pays off, offering...

Starred Up – Review

Starred Up serves its porridge with bits of broken glass. It grins as it spits teeth, just as likely to erupt into another volcanic episode of violence as it is to cough up a pearl of prison wisdom. Jack...