100 Streets Di 1

100 Streets – Review

100 Streets seems to aim for Crash in London, but lands in overwrought soapy territory, with respected big-name actors such as Idris Elba, Gemma Arterton and Ken Stott surrounded by unexpectedly low production...

Bastille Day – Review

It’s difficult to pinpoint what makes Bastille Day so disappointing - is it that it dances around some topical themes without making a comment? Or could it be that our "heroes" are so poorly developed that...
The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book – Review

From the dulcet introductory Disney theme and the first hypnotic strains of the nostalgic score, it is evident that The Jungle Book’s audience is in safe hands. This film is an exercise in judgement and...
Z1

Zootropolis – Review

Disney's animation division continue their terrific form of recent years with this consistently surprising and charm-packed tale of friendship, acceptance and inclusivity. With its winning voice cast,...
Beastsofnonationoui

Beasts of No Nation – LFF Review

Despite a light, almost joyful opening, Beasts of No Nation is, unsurprisingly, no easy watch. It charts a descent into further – and constant – brutality. Once bright but traumatised youngster Agu (a...

The Gunman – Review

Just when Liam Neeson looked to become the genre’s leading man, the leather-faced Sean Penn wants a piece of the revenge-action pie, here starring as former hitman-with-a-heart Jim Terrier. The crux of...