Den Of Thieves (2018) Review
Tries to pack a lot of Heat but never quite hits the pinnacle… When it comes to cop thrillers...
Molly’s Game (2018) Review
Chastain is incredible in Aaron Sorkin’s impressive debut directorial stint. Jumping into the directorial chair for the first time,...
Wonder (2017) Review
Wonder wears its heart on its sleeve, and anchored by a brilliant performance by Jacob Tremblay, the film is...
The Edge of Seventeen (2016) DVD Review
Hailee Steinfeld shines in Kelly Fremon Craig’s coming-of-age love letter to John Hughes. Steinfeld stars as the awkward Nadine, the kind of inexplicably unpopular student we’ve seen many times in American teen movies – too pretty to actually be a social outcast if it were real life, but the... Read more
CHiPs (2017) Review

Dax Shepard writes, directs, and stars in the big screen adaptation of cop comedy CHiPs. Here’s our official verdict!

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The Flash Season 3 Episode 17 – “Duet” Review

The Flash belts out a classic with the fantastic musical episode “Duet”. Here’s our full review!

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Mum’s List (2016) DVD Review
Over 350,000 new cases of cancer arise every single year in the UK and with doctors looking to discover the latest in cures for the disease around the clock there is hope that the survival rate can go way beyond the current approximation of 50%. With such a disease... Read more
The Salesman (2017) Review

Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman was crowned at the Academy Awards last month. Here’s our official review of the Iranian’s latest.

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The Eyes Of My Mother (2017) Review

Writer-director Nicolas Pesce’s audacious debut is utterly spine-chilling. Here’s our official review of The Eyes of My Mother.

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The Olive Tree (2017) Review

Director Icíar Bollaín’s The Olive Tree – a commentary on an economically forlorn Spain is compelling. Our official review is here.

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Elle (2017) Review

Academy Award nominee Isabelle Huppert is exceptional in the corrosively macabre Elle. Our official review is here.

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Personal Shopper (2017) Review

Kristen Stewart is utterly extraordinary in Olivier Assayas’ masterpiece, Personal Shopper. Our official review is here.

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Catfight (2017) Review

Catfight sees Sandra Oh and Anne Heche locked in ferociously bloody battle. Here’s our review of the black comedy.

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The Love Witch (2017) Review

Anna Biller’s beguiling Techicolor feast The Love Witch presents a reflection of the past with remarkable intent. Here’s our official verdict.

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Certain Women (2017) Review

Kelly Reichardt directs Kristen Stewart, Michelle Williams, and Laura Dern in the breathtaking Certain Women. Here’s our full review.

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