Cannes 2017: Okja Review
Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Paul Dano star in Netflix's fantasy drama, Okja. Here's our Cannes verdict.
Cannes 2017: Great Palme d’Or Winners
To celebrate the arrival of Cannes 2017, we reflect on some of the finest Palme d'Or-winning titles.
Detour (2017) Review
Tye Sheridan, Emory Cohen, and Bel Powley star in gritty neo-noir, Detour. Our official review is here.
24: Legacy Home Entertainment Release Details
Resetting the clock and presenting a whole new cast that populate the famed CTU headquarters, this year’s return of 24 saw no Jack Bauer but certainly didn’t fail to deliver in the twists, turns and thrills that we’ve come to expect from such an illustrious show. 24: Legacy proved... Read more
The Lost City Of Z Home Entertainment Release Details
Possibly one of the most surprising and striking dramas of 2017 so far, The Lost City Of Z is now set for its home entertainment release following its well received cinematic stint. Based on author David Grann’s non-fiction bestseller, The Lost City Of Z is the incredible true story... Read more
Cannes 2017: Blow-Up Review

Michelangelo Antonioni’s seminal mystery drama Blow-Up screens as part of the Cannes Classics programme. Here’s our official review.

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Colossal (2017) Review
It’s hard to fault cinemas naysayers these days, with a seemingly endless onslaught of sequels and remakes crowding multiplexes. With the golden age of TV upon us and streaming services like Netflix creating new and unique programming on what seems like a daily basis, its hard argue with those... Read more
Cannes 2017: The Rider Review
Part of why the Cannes Film Festival is so prestigious is that the Directors Fortnight selection of films can feature some truly remarkable cinema forged by exceptional talent who may not otherwise be discovered. Under that banner this year comes the rather remarkable The Rider from director Chloe Zhao,... Read more
Cannes 2017: Mobile Homes Review

Imogen Poots stars in drifting family drama, Mobile Homes. Our review from Cannes is in.

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Michael Giacchino Revives Classic Spidey Theme For Spider-Man: Homecoming
American Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino (Star Trek, Rogue One, Inside Out), is currently hard at work completing the score for Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: Homecoming – The first solo outing for the rebooted franchise. And this past Friday (May 19th), Giacchino gave fans a small taster of what to expect... Read more
Cannes 2017: A Prayer Before Dawn Review
One of the films selected for the Midnight Screenings section of this year’s Cannes Film Festival schedule, Jean-Stephane Sauvaire’s Prayer Before Dawn thrusts us into the midst of a Thai prison and never holds back in its brutal portrayal of life behind bars. The subject of the film is... Read more
Cannes 2017: Wonderstruck Review
The last time we saw director Todd Haynes grace the red carpet at Cannes the world bared witness to the divine Carol, a film that once again saw plaudits thrown his way and also produced two outstanding performances from both Rooney Mara and Cate Blanchett. For his Cannes return, Haynes... Read more
Cannes 2017: Okja Review

Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Paul Dano star in Netflix’s fantasy drama, Okja. Here’s our Cannes verdict.

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3 Career Skills You Can Learn from James Bond Movies
Since his 1953 introduction to the world’s stage in Ian Fleming’s novel Casino Royale, James Bond has continued to inspire audiences across the globe to live dangerously. Whether thrown into the exotic Jamaican landscape, or even trapped in a radioactive sinking submarine, James Bond is known to always find... Read more
Cannes 2017: Festival Jury Debate Netflix Issue
Perhaps the biggest talking point of the 70th Festival de Cannes is the inclusion of two Netflix Original feature films as part of the Palme d’Or nominees. Both Bong Joon-ho‘s Okja, and Noah Baumbach‘s The Meyerowitz Stories are in contention for Official Competition glory, despite the fact that neither... Read more
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