Miss Sloane

Miss Sloane – Review

Jessica Chastain is a good actress. That sentence is not a shock to anybody. Miss Sloane, both engaging and middling, is a wonderful reminder of her excellent talent. From the first frame, Chastain grabs the...

The Homesman – Review

She calls her mules Grace and Redemption, he dubs his horse Brown; therein lies a relatively comprehensive summation of Mary Bee Cuddy (Swank) and George Briggs (Tommy Lee Jones). As the pair journey across...

Love Is Strange – LFF Review

Authentic, genuine and affecting. In careers littered with big roles, Molina and Lithgow provide a masterclass. Their skill is evident in the subtle, gorgeous humanity they draw from their roles, baring souls...