The Despicable Me 3

After letting the Minions take the spotlight in their first solo film, Gru (Steve Carrell) returns to the forefront in The Despicable Me 3. He has left his villainous past behind him, working for the...

The Levelling

When it comes to film making , sometimes, less is more. Debut writer-director Hope Dickson Leach, certainly follows that belief with this ultra low- budget indie about a young trainee vet, Clover (El...

A Ghost Story

First and foremost, if you’re one of those casual movie goers who perhaps will just look at a title or promotional poster, think ‘that looks like something I might like’ and dive in...

Headshot

In 2011, the world was gifted The Raid by Welsh director Gareth Evans and a cast of relatively unknown Indonesian actors. With blistering action set pieces and exhilarating hand to hand combat, the c...

Wish Upon

What would you do if you had seven wishes? Would you wish for all the wealth in the world? Or would you wish for World Peace? This is the question that is asked in Wish Upon, a film about a girl who ...

It Comes At Night

It Comes At Night is going to be one of those films that divides opinion. If you rigidly build your expectations based on what you saw in the trailer, or the overall marketing feel of the film, you m...
Dunkirk

Dunkirk

I thought I had read and seen everything there was about the Dunkirk evacuations. But I had never really seen the faces of the thousands of young men, desperate to get home, bravely facing off the Lu...
War For The Planet Of The Apes

War For The Planet Of The Apes

If you had told me, several years ago, that I would be rooting for the survival of apes (an animal I’m afraid of – it’s the weird thumbs on their feet) against the human race, I would have laug...

Rules Don’t Apply

Rules Don’t Apply comes to us from Warren Beatty, having been both written and directed by the veteran actor. Set between the late 1950’s and early 60’s, the film tells us the story of Frank Forbes (...