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 ...
A Quiet Place

Top 10 Films of 2018 – Mary’s Picks

It’s been another funny old year in film. We’ve had Josh Brolin three ways – Thanos, Cable and Matt Graver – and been offered glimpses of several Disney classics reimagined as live action...
Outlaw King

Outlaw King

The Scottish Wars of Independence marked a period of violent unrest; a fractured Scotland consumed by in-house fighting and a desire to break free from the English throne. The “poster boy” – if such ...
Daniel Bruhl The Alienist

Six Of The Best: Daniel Bruhl

Believe it or not, baby-faced actor Daniel Bruhl turned 40 this year. The multi-lingual half German, half Spanish actor has transitioned seamlessly from quirky European indie films to Hollywood block...

First Man

With any film that comes out now which celebrates American achievements you tend to fear the worst. Not for the content but for the underlying political issues that it may be trying to promote. Argua...
Gotti

Gotti

The Just For Men budget on the set of Kevin Connolly’s Gotti must have been astronomical. I’ve never seen so many heads of so obviously dyed hair. It’s a film that tries so very hard to be edgy yet w...