Eisenstein in Guanajuato – Review

Rambunctious, kinetic, and aggressively styled, Eisenstein in Guanajuato is Peter Greenaway’s best film in years. This tale of Sergei Eisenstein’s sexual awakening in Mexico is overflowing with vim and...
El Club

El Club – Review

El Club traverses its traumatic themes with lyricism, dark humour and jolting explicitness shaped by a cleverly written and constructed screenplay. It maintains a remarkable atmosphere, instilled by evocative...

Man Up – Review

In this breezy, 21st century flick, we get a modern day British saviour of the diluted romcom genre. This highly likeable number scores big points through its impressive leads. It's good to see Pegg make a...

Macbeth – Cannes 2015 Review

A predictably towering performance from Michael Fassbender is excellently supported by Marion Cotillard, and a who’s who cast of the best British actors working today. Biblical in scale, Macbeth is a huge...

Lamb – Cannes 2015 Review

A simple story well told, Lamb is a startlingly assured debut feature from writer-director Yaled Zeleke which overcomes the traditional “kids and animals” issue to deliver a warm-hearted and bittersweet...

Top Five – Review

Chris Rock isn’t quite himself in Top Five. He may be playing a stand-up turned film star, but his character is actually Andre Allen, a man struggling to be taken seriously considering his past in...
Keanu Reeves

John Wick – Review

It's fitting that the seemingly ageless Keanu Reeves should play John Wick. Like its leading man, the film feels unstuck in time; a forgotten '80s classic that would have starred the likes of Stallone or...

While We’re Young – Review

While We’re Young is a natural progression from Baumbach’s Frances Ha, yet it breaks new ground by using older protagonists to provide a fresh perspective on twentysomething New Yorkers. Meanwhile, it...