Silence

Team Talk: Silence

It's a new year, and eight days in we're already questioning whether God exists. Martin Scorsese's Silence came out on New Year's Day in the UK and it's rather divided audiences. Critics on our shores have...
AMonsterCalls

A Monster Calls – LFF 2016 Review

Punchy, profound and deeply enchanting, A Monster Calls is a home run for all involved - particularly a stacked cast who all give moving performances tied to a tricky subject, and a director who balances...
Silence Scorsese

Silence – Review

The sound of Silence is astonishing. Insects, waves, weather, chanting, groaning and, yes, prolonged silence - these elements combine into a sensory experience at once rich and austere. The clash of languages...

Run All Night – Review

There's nothing about Run All Night that you haven't seen before in a dozen other Liam Neeson movies, though this one's assured execution makes it an entertaining watch at least. While Neeson could (and...

Taken 3 – Review

Olivier Megaton’s second and final contribution to the Taken franchise offers reinvention through self-destruction, but does little with it once risen from the ashes. Taking little from either side of its...

Non-Stop – Review

In recent years, Liam Neeson has punched one half of a Middle-Eastern crime family, identity thieves, a pack of wolves, and the other half of said Middle-Eastern crime family. Now he has to punch an endangered...