The 15:17 to Paris – Review

When it comes to films that portray true acts of heroism, it feels uncompassionate to do anything other than praise them. However, sometimes we’re left in the sticky position where there really isn’t that...
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Wilson – Review

The grumpy old(er) man comedy is a great tradition. See Alexander Payne’s About Schmidt, or the forthcoming A Man Called Ove for examples of hilarious cantankerousness ultimately giving way to a heartwarming...
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Grandma – Review

Grandma is a film with a lot of ambition; with its strong female characters and name-dropping of classic feminist texts, it tries very hard to be clever and spunky. It does have its moments: Lily Tomlin is...

Men, Women & Children – LFF Review

Jason Reitman's deceptively light exploration of the Digital Age couples both comedy and tragedy through near-accepted absurdity. Despite Men, Women & Children's initial, "sexually playful" approach, it...