Wonder

Wonder – Review

Arriving against the backdrop of division, intolerance and hate that is 2017, Wonder is exactly what the doctor ordered to cheer us all up in time for Christmas. With a marketing campaign based around the...
The Book of Henry

The Book of Henry – Review

Gregg Hurwitz's screenplay for The Book of Henry has been searching for a director since the late 1990s. Watching the film, it’s not difficult to see why. Tonally, it’s all over the place. It starts as...
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Room – LFF Review

Donaghue’s adaptation of her own novel translates the vastly distinct sections of Room equally skilfully, and treats the recoveries of both Jack and Ma with nuance. It’s Jack’s charming perspective...