Isle Of Dogs

Isle of Dogs – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 19/02/18 as part of Berlinale Festival. It’s hard to decide which elements of Isle of Dogs are the definitive "perfect fit" for Wes Anderson. Obviously Fantastic Mr....
Isle Of Dogs

Isle of Dogs – Berlinale 2018 Review

It’s hard to decide which elements of Isle of Dogs are the definitive "perfect fit" for Wes Anderson. Obviously Fantastic Mr. Fox has already proven that stop-motion and anthropomorphic animal antics gel...
Steve Carell

Last Flag Flying – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 10/10/17 as part of London Film Festival. Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying is full to the brim with clichés. Three Vietnam veterans are suddenly reunited having...
Last Flag Flying

Last Flag Flying – LFF 2017 Review

Richard Linklater’s Last Flag Flying is full to the brim with clichés. Three Vietnam veterans are suddenly reunited having parted ways after the war. One is an alcoholic, while another is a recovering...
Power Rangers

Power Rangers – Review

It may be a sad fact to many but the '90s are officially nostalgic now, and if ever there was a much-loved show from that decade crying out for a cinematic reboot, it's Power Rangers. Gone are the tight lycra...
James Franco Og Keegan Michael Key I Why Him

Why Him? – Review

It's the season for families to gather together. In Why Him? it's finally time for proud father Ned Fleming to meet his daughter's new boyfriend. Following a well-trodden comedy formula, he's not the...
Trumbooui

Trumbo – Review

Trumbo, despite its blacklist subject matter, keeps things light and irreverent with a wry screenplay, emphasising the absurdity of America’s Communist paranoia post-World War Two. Bryan Cranston has a...

Godzilla – Review

Look, all the world wanted was a good kaiju epic. What they got was a smorgasbord of exposition (thanks Ken Watanabe!) masquerading as slow-burn buildup, culminating in five screen minutes of lame and generic...