Cloverfield Paradox

The Cloverfield Paradox – Review

When a film is released with next to no warning or hype, it means one of two things: a car crash is being cleaned up before too many people see it, or the finished film is so good it will grab attention...
Miss Sloane

Miss Sloane – Review

Jessica Chastain is a good actress. That sentence is not a shock to anybody. Miss Sloane, both engaging and middling, is a wonderful reminder of her excellent talent. From the first frame, Chastain grabs the...
Concussion

Concussion – Review

There are a lot of interesting stories knocking about in Concussion. The compassionate Nigerian doctor Bennet Omalu is a fascinating example of the American Dream made flesh, and his unearthing of a massive...

Belle – Review

Proof that the costume drama can go beyond chocolate-box sweet and address issues greater than its genre, Belle is a sumptuous love letter to the classic period film that nevertheless asks you to stop and...