The Runner

The Runner – Review

The Runner plods and Nic Cage drawls; grandstanding and grand-slouching, Congressman Damaged Goods crashes first figuratively, then literally. A strong supporting cast, particularly Bryan Batt’s slippery...

Dope – Cannes 2015 Review

Edgy, sharp and witty, Dope quickly and confidently does the legwork of establishing its world and characters, but seemingly struggles to know what to do with them once it’s done. Dope is a hilarious...

Leviathan – LFF Review

Zvyagintsev’s direction builds small character moments into a powerful story of corruption, betrayal and despair. This is Russia, and it’s not pretty. Farcical comedy clashes with the downtrodden hopes...