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Rams

Grímur Hákonarson’s Rams, a surprise hit at last year’s Cannes festival is a tale of sheep farming in Iceland, following the fortunes of two aged and warring brothers whose flocks and livelihoods are devastated by the arrival of the dreaded scrapie disease. Sigurður Sigurjónsson plays Gummi, the younger, quieter and ostensibly saner sibling, while Theódór […]

A Beautiful Planet

A Beautiful Planet is the new documentary from famed IMAX director Toni Myers. Her previous works have looked outwards into space from Earth, but here the camera is turned, looking back at Earth from the International Space Station. Filmed by the astronauts of the ISS, it’s a jaw dropping visual spectacle, featuring incredible footage of […]

Spotlight

The critically acclaimed Spotlight took away the most prestigious prize from the 2015 Award Season; Academy Award for Best Picture. In my view, Room was the best film of 2015, although Spotlight is not far behind. The film follows a group of investigative journalists, working for the Boston Globe, as they uncover the widespread issue […]

Room

One aspect of filmmaking, perhaps one of the most important aspects, is the chemistry between the leads of the film. Without this, a project can be doomed to failure. In Room, this crucial element is overwhelmingly present, and brings a story of love and survival to life. Based on the novel by Emma Donoghue, who […]

Citizen Kane: 75th Anniversary Collector’s Edition

“Rosebud.” I’m sorry, but this is a review of Citizen Kane; it’s the law that you have to start off any article about it with that word. A word that’s so famous in the history of cinema, that if I were to say what it meant, it probably won’t be much of a spoiler for […]

Bastille Day

Maybe pickings are richer in the EU. Heaven forfend! Maybe it’s having an accomplice who is willing to walk naked down the steps of the Sacre Coeur church in Montmartre. Who know? But while all heads are turned towards the young woman sans vehetments, a young American pickpocket, Michael Mason (played by Richard Madden), adroitly […]

Elvis & Nixon trailer

A trailer has been released for a new film, covering the meeting between music legend Elvis Presley and later disgraced American president Richard Nixon, on 21st December 1970. The film stars Michael Shannon as The King and Kevin Spacey as Tricky Dicky. Elvis & Nixon also features performances from Colin Hanks, Johnny Knoxville and Alex […]

David Brent: Life on the Road trailer

A new teaser trailer has been released for Life on the Road, Ricky Gervais’s latest film which sees him performing again as his most famous creation, The Office’s David Brent. The movie now sees Brent, currently working as a travelling salesman for a firm selling cleaning and ladies’ personal hygiene products, while also continuing his […]

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

A much anticipated movie, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, had a lot to live up to. Much excitement and fervour has built up over the years since this project was mooted. Did it deliver the goods? Well in my opinion, it certainly did. With Henry Cavill reprising his role as the wholesome hero Superman, […]

Safelight trailer

A trailer for new film Safelight starring Juno Temple and Evan Peters has been released. The film is out on 1st April in cinemas, and on DVD on 2nd May. The film falls two people who fall in love during a road trip, photographing lighthouses in California.



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