Doctor Sleep

Doctor Sleep – Review

Almost forty years after Stanley Kubrick brought the Overlook Hotel to horrifying life, Mike Flanagan brings viewers right back into his world with his take on Stephen King’s sequel. By virtue of its source...
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Christopher Robin – Review

In this return to the Hundred Acre Wood, Disney do what they do best. Christopher Robin is proper old-fashioned filmmaking. Money is well spent on a perfectly cast Ewan McGregor and on bringing ‘40s London...
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T2 Trainspotting – Review

The skagboys are back in town, and this time their drug of choice is not heroin, but nostalgia. Tackling sequel Porno, John Hodge delivers an intelligent adaptation that could have perhaps used some more...
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Our Kind Of Traitor – Review

As couples therapy goes, tinkering with international espionage is an unconventional gambit. That is, however, the basic premise here. Flimsy foundation aside, Our Kind of Traitor ranks respectably within the...
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Miles Ahead – Review

It's hard to determine exactly what director, co-writer, and star Don Cheadle thinks of Davis. If he adores him, then that never comes through in his film; and if he has nothing but contempt for him, then...
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Jane Got A Gun – Review

Like Edgar Wright’s Ant-Man and countless other projects from development hell, Lynne Ramsay’s Jane Got a Gun is a film that will only ever exist in audience’s minds. It’s curious then, if nothing...

Mortdecai – Review

Kyril Bonfiglioli would choke on his afternoon port if he could see what's become of his cult '70s novels. Johnny Depp turns the deliciously depraved Charlie Mortdecai into a prancing caricature, with a...

Son of a Gun – LFF Review

There are few logical explanations for Son of a Gun. The most probable is that writer/director Avery is getting paid by the cliché, each one more laughable and obvious than the last. It’s a shame because...