The Legend of Tarzan

The Legend of Tarzan – Review

It’s more than a century since Edgar Rice Burroughs first created Tarzan, and in that time he’s been the subject of more than 200 films. It’s not hard to see the romantic appeal the character has held...
Bond

Spectre – Review

Spectre’s plot is simple enough, and largely follows the same beats as Skyfall: a sinister figure from Bond’s past, interfering bureaucrats, parts of London being blown up. This isn’t necessarily a...

Big Eyes – Review

Big Eyes is Tim Burton’s most ‘normal’ film for a long time, and it’s all the more refreshing for it. He tells the story of a shy, anxious creative (Amy Adams) clashing with the world of commercial...

Horrible Bosses 2 – Review

For better or worse, if you’ve watched a mainstream US comedy in the last five years, it’s going to be riddled with improv. Horrible Bosses 2 is no different and Bateman, Day and Sudeikis offer nothing...

The Zero Theorem – Review

The Zero Theorem is unmistakably a Terry Gilliam film, for better or worse. He has created a deliciously chaotic dystopia, saturated with colour and adverts, but his ramshackle directing threatens to disengage...