Money Monster

Money Monster – Review

For most of its 100-minute runtime, Money Monster is on the verge of becoming a truly great satire. An intimate hostage situation explodes into a media circus that feels like Network as written by Charlie...

Unbroken – Review

A faultlessly modulated performance from O’Connell holds together a film of imbalanced fragments. Lifeless dramatisation of Zamperini’s childhood suffers in comparison to better realised scenes of his...

’71 – LFF Review

Yann Demange’s feature debut relentlessly shifts from ambient tension to blunt horror time and time again, in what must be 2014’s most flagrant display of up-and-coming British talent. ‘71’s erratic...

Starred Up – Review

Starred Up serves its porridge with bits of broken glass. It grins as it spits teeth, just as likely to erupt into another volcanic episode of violence as it is to cough up a pearl of prison wisdom. Jack...