A biopic is naturally focused on its central performance as it paves way for the film to discover the relationships dear to its lead. Goodbye Christopher Robin is different in the sense that it centralises on a relationship. The time A.A. … Continue reading Goodbye Christopher Robin
The performances manage to encapsulate the tension that the rivalry brought to the game Set during the Wimbledon tennis championship of 1980, the reigning world number one Bjorn Borg (Sverrir Gudnason) is touted to win his fifth title, but the young … Continue reading Borg Vs McEnroe
It is this style of lazy period drama that taint the genre for many There is undoubtedly a fascinating story behind the relationship between an aging Queen Victoria and the servant Abdul Kareem. Fighting opposition from nearly everyone else within … Continue reading Victoria & Abdul
This is a film of overpowering confusion with endlessly ridiculous themes There is no doubt that Darren Aronofsky set out to become as divisive as possible with Mother! It’s setting is bizarre and claustrophobic, and it’s characters are purposefully ambiguous … Continue reading Mother!
The horror isn’t scary and the drama is violently cheesy Flatliners is a terrible horror film. It’s neither jumpy nor psychological and its major scare factor is a reliance on women with hair over their eyes. It’s a really interesting … Continue reading Flatliners
Just lots to criticise while it plays out somewhat enjoyably Albeit after a particularly whiny opening section, Reece Witherspoon is the glue that holds Home Again together. With a vast number of characters holding significant roles, the majority appear bland … Continue reading Home Again
Wind River has a serious problem with a shockingly slow tempo Wind River has a serious problem with a shockingly slow tempo. It has clearly been influenced by the likes of Fargo and other Coen brothers films, but Fargo understands … Continue reading Wind River