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The Power of the Dog – Review

This film was previously reviewed in September 2021 as part of our Venice Film Festival coverage. Jane Campion’s latest film, an adaptation of Thomas Savage’s The Power of the Dog, is a masterful...
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The Post – Review

Sometimes you take Steven Spielberg for granted. Then you watch one of his films. Nearly 50 years into his professional directorial career, Spielberg has reminded the world that no one else directs this...
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Hostiles – Review

There are a lot of reasons to be disappointed by Scott Cooper’s Hostiles. Firstly, it’s simply a mediocre film, stuffed with filler dialogue and a surfeit of slow-motion closeups substituting for any real...
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Bridge of Spies – Review

For someone so universally loved, Steven Spielberg can be quite a divisive director. Sometimes his sentimentality and upstanding morals warm your heart, and sometimes they stick in your throat. Bridge of Spies...
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The Program – LFF Review

It may not take a groundbreaking approach to biographical drama, but Frears’ The Program draws strong performances from an impassioned O’Dowd, up-and-comer Jesse Plemons and particularly Foster, whose...