The Edge of Seventeen – Review

Move over John Hughes – Kelly Fremon Craig is in the house. And she’s just penned AND directed one of the best coming-of-age films of 2016. But while relative newcomer Craig’s work is a delight to...
Barely Lethal

Barely Lethal – Review

During Barely Lethal, our kooky-but-klutzy-but-super-trained spytagonist settles down to scout an environment that’d test any agent: high school, via Mean Girls. Anyone who fancies a teen movie with bite...

Pitch Perfect 2 – Review

Anna Kendrick and her singing sisters are back. This time competing against a superior German group in a series of increasingly impressive arrangements and routines. Routine is the operative word and "second...

Begin Again – Review

Once creator John Carney again blends music and storytelling (in that order) in this likeable dramedy which slowly gets under the skin. Opening with an intelligent use of two perspectives which combine in...

3 Days to Kill – Review

Kevin Costner is Ethan Renner. Fresh from washing his mouth with gravel and his brain with cancer, he must injure and kill anyone he comes across to satisfy the wishes of his handler, Amber Heard… ... An...

Ender’s Game – Review

In the wake of Will, Matt and Tom’s duds, it falls to Asa “boy in the Tron spacejamas” Butterfield to deliver 2013’s decent sci-fi flick. Well, damn. Gavin Hood’s adaptation of Orson Scott...