ThePost

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...
FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS

Florence Foster Jenkins – Review

Streep is typically spectacular as the caterwauling clubwoman, giving a performance which treads the fine line between delicate and deluded with grace. Hell, she’s even a magnificent bad-singer. It’s a...
Suffragette

Suffragette – LFF Review

Suffragette humanizes the struggle for voting equality in 1912, bringing its harsh (force-fed) realities to the fore as downtrodden laundress Maud (a top-notch Carey Mulligan) is pulled into the Women’s...

Into the Woods – Review

With its loudly trumpeted message of "be careful what you wish for", Rob Marshall’s stagey version of Stephen Sondheim’s fairy tale mash-up musical is toe-tapping good fun. Not aided by the two-part...

The Giver – Review

Based on Lois Lowry’s 1993 novel, The Giver begins promisingly before sinking into the depths of mediocrity. The film is further spoiled by bad timing as it awkwardly follows the recent raft of newer teen...

August: Osage County – Review

With an A-list cast as long as your arm, and adapted from a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, August: Osage County has all the potential but none (or at least, very few) of the results. Though pill-popping...