Mary Queen Of Scots

Mary Queen of Scots – Review

It’s hard to imagine a juicier historical story to film. Two rare female leaders in 16th century Britain, locked in fights for their crowns, their heritage and their lives – all while trying to steal each...
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Apostasy – Review

This film was previously reviewed on 09/10/2017 as part of London Film Festival. Apostasy raises very important questions on how religion can, or can’t, adapt to modern life. With a focus on a family of...
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Come Sunday – Review

After Netflix boasted 700 original releases for 2018 at a cost of $8 billion, the film and TV streaming powerhouse has been making good on that promise, with new thumbnails continuously being added to an...
Apostasy

Apostasy – LFF 2017 Review

Apostasy raises very important questions on how religion can, or can’t, adapt to modern life. With a focus on a family of Jehovah’s Witnesses, issues around views on blood transfusions and relationships...

Exodus: Gods and Kings – Review

Ridley Scott may be 77, but he’s making films with the energy and ambition of a man half his age. His direction is masterful and with DoP Dariusz Wolski he brings an exquisite painterly detail to this...

Calvary – Review

A darkness hangs over Calvary; as bleak and angry as a pregnant thundercloud. Those hoping for a thematic sequel to The Guard will quickly discover that they won’t find it here. Calvary isn’t perfect; the...