Personalshopper

Personal Shopper – Review

Best described as "divisive" at its Cannes premiere, Olivier Assayas and Kristen Stewart's brave and uncategorisable second collaboration Personal Shopper swings fearlessly for the fences and only narrowly...
Elle

Elle – Review

Raucous, outrageous and more than a little bit preposterous, Paul Verhoeven's provocative “rape comedy” Elle will ruffle feathers for its apparently callous use of rape as a narrative device – but,...
Loving

Loving – Review

Its fascinating subject and a pair of wonderfully nuanced performances - from the glowing and defiant Ruth Negga in particular - can't keep Loving from feeling somewhat safe and unadventurous, helmed though it...
Paterson

Paterson – Cannes 2016 Review

Warm, heartfelt, and unpretentious, Jim Jarmusch's latest is an absolute delight. Paterson (Adam Driver, dependably excellent as a gentle bus driver/poet with great depth) and Laura (Golshifteh...
Woody Allen_Cafe Society

Café Society – Review

Early on in Café Society, Woody Allen’s 47th film, Jesse Eisenberg’s character meekly hires a prostitute. It’s his first such transaction, and he’s edgy. When she finally arrives, he’s gone off the...