Welcome to Marwen – Review

Steve Carell continues his fine run of dramatic turns in this seemingly whimsical yet serious study of trauma. He portrays Mark Hogancamp, an artist badly beaten in a gang assault who creates his own therapy...
American Animals

American Animals – Review

Few documentary makers have a flair for cinematic storytelling quite like Bart Layton. His blistering debut, The Imposter, feels like a thriller despite being mostly a collection of talking head interviews....
Mcfarland

McFarland, USA – Review

Like its lead, McFarland USA has a simple, easygoing charm - and in director Niki Caro’s hands (the film, not Costner) what seems so 'route one' plays out at a significantly more enjoyable pace than its...
Everest

Everest – Review

With scant time to acclimatise, Everest is quick to set up base camp deep in the foreshadowing of the mountain. Everest is a sight worthy of cinema’s largest screens, and a breathtaking canvas for the...

Lone Survivor – Review

Lone Survivor's dialogue speaks for itself: "If I die, I want you to make sure that Cindy knows how much I love her, and that I died with my brothers." Incidentally, this is no spoiler when three of our lead...