ROCKETMAN

Rocketman – Review

As Elton John plays his first LA show, he begins to levitate, only tethered to earth by fingers on the piano. The crowd lift too as ‘Crocodile Rock’ slows down to a crawl, a moment of sublime magical...
Robin Hood

Robin Hood – Review

It's always worse when your parents tell you they're not angry, they're just disappointed. How would they react when you managed to achieve both, and yet neither at the same time? Wonder no more and say hello...
Sing

Sing – Review

There is absolutely no reason the characters in Sing are animals. The version of LA they live in is exactly the same as ours, the plot would function if they didn’t have tails and scales, and the film...
Eddie the Eagle

Eddie the Eagle – Review

Whilst Eddie the Eagle may use every cliche in the book, and takes some major poetic licence for narrative's sake (the requirement of a qualifying distance, Hugh Jackman’s entire character... ), Taron...
Legend

Legend – CFF Review

Legend is a mixed bag, combining undeniable technical brilliance with hokey pseudo-romance. However, framing the myth of the Krays from Frances’ perspective pays off by foregrounding the instability of this...