The Guard

Moviescramble reviews the 2011 comedy drama The Guard. There are usually two ways that a low-budget film from a first time director It can be a can go. It can be a bit messy with too ideas crammed in...

Moneyball

It’s all in the stats Moviescramble takes a swing at the 2011 award baiting drama Moneyball. I must admit that I do not known very much about Baseball. I know the basics of the game but the int...

Drive

Who’s gonna drive you home? Having missed seeing Drive at the cinema in 2011, I finally caught up with it this week on Blu Ray. Topping a few best of year lists and gaining a lot of love online...

The Descendants (2012)

The Descendants is a difficult movie for me to describe correctly. If you want to go to the cinema for a couple of hours entertainment, then this probably isn’t the film for you. If however you...

Payback

How much is a life worth? $70,000. No more, no less. Under the Second Chance Cinema banner, Moviescramble re-assesses the 1999 Mel Gibson film Payback. In 1999 Mel Gibson was still at the top of his ...

The Artist

I first heard about The Artist in 2011.  As an avid listener to Jason Solomons on the Film Weekly podcast from the Guardian, I heard a glowing review of the film as it premiered at the Cannes film fe...

Another Earth

Not a Sci-Fi film despite what the trailer would have you believe. Normally what you get from Science fiction films today is the concept being used to show spectacular visual scenes linked together w...