My Cousin Rachel

My Cousin Rachel – Review

Novel adaptations are tricky, particularly when it comes to unreliable narrators – thankfully My Cousin Rachel avoids losing the essence of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel, playing with perspective behind and in...
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Denial – Review

Denial is bold in crafting a fictionalised Deborah Lipstadt who isn’t always easy to like; Weisz is fierce and prickly and at times almost unrecognisable. It’s a far cry from the tedious tear-jerking of...

Youth – Review

Michael Caine's best work in years and a strong supporting cast isn't quite enough to lift the evocative, elegant yet slight Youth beyond the (admittedly absorbing) curio it is. If nothing else, the...
TheLobster

The Lobster – Review

The Lobster delicately balances humour and brutality to tell a brilliantly absurd, yet altogether touching story. The largely matter-of-fact cinematography is beautifully offset by scenes in dramatic slow...