Mascots

Mascots – LFF 2016 Review

Seeing the Netflix logo up on the silver screen is a little jarring, but have no fear, Christopher Guest fans - Mascots is a typical slice of surreal mockumentary fun from the legendary satirist. Netflix have...
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The Program – LFF Review

It may not take a groundbreaking approach to biographical drama, but Frears’ The Program draws strong performances from an impassioned O’Dowd, up-and-comer Jesse Plemons and particularly Foster, whose...

St. Vincent – Review

Equal parts heart-warming comedy and heart-breaking tragedy, St. Vincent is a retelling of a well-worn story which leaves the broad-strokes of the plot predictable from the start. Some salvation comes from...

Calvary – Review

A darkness hangs over Calvary; as bleak and angry as a pregnant thundercloud. Those hoping for a thematic sequel to The Guard will quickly discover that they won’t find it here. Calvary isn’t perfect; the...

Cuban Fury – Review

There's one word to describe Cuban Fury, and that's delightful. A light and fluffy meringue of a film, it romps through its sequinned plot with well-meaning gusto, led by its brilliant cast rather than its...