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...
Rocketman Elton John Taron Egerton

Rocketman – Review

Biopics tend to fall in to one of three categories: genuinely insightful (Trumbo), neatly sanitised (Bohemian Rhapsody) or wildly inaccurate (Braveheart). So, you never really know what you’re ...
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Rocketman – First Trailer

“Maybe I should have tried to be more ordinary, ” says Elton John, dressed in sequined devil horns and feathers. The hotly anticipated biopic of one of the UK’s biggest music legend...
Boy Erased Lucas Hedges Nicole Kidman Russell Crowe

Boy Erased – Review

Echoes of Troye Sivan’s song Revelation permeate Boy Erased. A few twinkling piano motifs here; a chorus there. It’s a really haunting piece of music, which is perhaps fitting for a film ...

A Private War – Review

We have a tendency to take for granted the images we see on our televisions screens, especially from the areas of trouble around the world. The fact that people go in there to record and report on th...

Colette – Review

You can tell Colette was a labour of love just by the amount of detail that is paid to every scene and the care with which the film is told. So, it should come as no surprise to learn that it was a p...
Stan & Ollie

Stan & Ollie – Review

“I’ve got a feeling that no one wants to see Laurel and Hardy pictures any more.”  Two titans of cinema – Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy – find themselves in the twilight ...

Green Book – Review

Peter Farrelly flexes his directorial muscles by taking on a serious topic in Green Book. Along with his brother Bobby, the Farrelly Brothers are known for some of the 90’s best comedies in Dumb and ...