LFF 2017 – The Shape of Water Review
A magical and original ode to classic Hollywood, Del Toro’s latest is an inspiring blend of fantasy, science-fiction and romance Eliza (Sally Hawkins) has a precise routine. She wakes up, boils eggs, masturbates in the bathtub, and heads off to work as a cleaner in a government facility. She... Read more
Borg V McEnroe (2017) Review
  LaBeouf is the winner in tennis rivalry Films about tennis don’t usually enjoy the best of reps.  2017 could change all that.  Battle Of The Sexes, about the match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, had a positive reception at Toronto and British audiences get their say when the film... Read more
A Family Man (2017) Review
Gerard Butler chooses between the top job and his family in a modern morality tale Mark Williams’ debut film as a director was known as The Headhunter’s Calling when it was screened at Toronto last year.  And, while he’s gone on to produce Ben Affleck in The Accountant, it... Read more