House Of Gucci (1)

House of Gucci – Review

When a film takes every chance at extravagance, the chance of falling is equal or greater to the chance of flying. House of Gucci takes this gamble, and while it might not pay off entirely, the big-budget...
BLISS

Bliss – Review

Imbued with playful telekinetic powers, seeking vengeance on roller-skaters is just part of the mischief Owen Wilson and Salma Hayek get up to in Bliss, a slick and thoughtful dissection of reality. Who can...
The Roads Not Taken

The Roads Not Taken – Review

This film was previously reviewed in February 2020 as part of our Berlinale Film Festival coverage. The gradual loss of a person to dementia is an incredibly painful process to witness; Sally Potter draws...

Sausage Party – Review

We never thought it could happen, but it appears that Seth Rogen has finally fallen victim to his own success. The fantastic trailer gave us high hopes – and the concept alone of a sausage trying to save...
Tale.of.Tales

Tale Of Tales – Review

Tale of Tales is either very much your film or it isn’t in the slightest. Almost certainly destined for cult adoration, Matteo Garrone’s latest feature is a rare oddity: imaginative, arresting, baffling...
Lessons In Love

Lessons In Love – Review

Lessons in Love is not just boring, it's not just crude, it's hopelessly pointless. The film is horribly alienating – equating Lord Byron's romantic rule breaking with a privileged professor who sleeps...

Everly – Review

Everly has a decent gimmick: one woman, one apartment, one daughter to save via a duffle bag full of cash. Its action compressed into that one location, there exists a recognisable awareness of the need for...