The White Crow – Review

The title of the new Ralph Fiennes directed biography comes from the Russian phrase that is used to describe an outsider, someone who is not part of the collective. It is very apt in describing the m...
The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie really should come with a warning – it will do serious damage to your wallet. There are so many quirky sets and an amazing range of characters that you will honestly consider ba...

Two Women – Trailer

Vera Glagoleva’s Two Women, starring Ralph Fiennes, adapted from Turgenev’s play “A Month in the Country”, will open on 16th September across the UK through MGR Films.

Hail, Caesar!

Opening the 2016 Glasgow film festival is the latest comedy from the Coen brothers. The film sees the lauded film makers return to a more comedic story after a good few years of straight up drama. Th...
Daniel Craig James Bond Spectre

SPECTRE

* * THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS * * “007, what is your status?” “Nothing new to report, ma’am …” SPECTRE is the 24th film in the Bond series to reach the big scr...

SPECTRE – New Trailer

Just in case you were starting to forget about it, the lovely people at EON productions have released a second trailer for the 24th James Bond film SPECTRE. Unlike the previous teasers this has a lit...

SPECTRE teaser trailer

Just released on the 007.com website is the teaser trailer for the forthcoming James Bond film SPECTRE. The twenty-fourth installment in the series in the aftermath of the events from Skyfall, Bond r...

John’s Top Ten of 2014

Contrary to popular opinion I found 2014 to be a pretty good year for movie releases. Sure some of the bigger movies failed to deliver but what’s new? There were a number of very well made film...

David’s Top Ten Of 2014

So, this is Christmas and what have you done, as a great man once said. Well, some people put together some very fine films in 2014. As always, any omissions are either due to personal taste, and whe...