Category archives for: Film Reviews

Spanish Film Festival Review: They Are All Dead (Todos Están Muertos)

Spanish Film Festival Review: They Are All Dead (Todos Están Muertos)

Agoraphobic Elena has a strained relationship with her teenage son which becomes even more complex when his new friend takes a liking to her… because he’s dead.

Spanish Film Festival Review: Blue Lips

Spanish Film Festival Review: Blue Lips

Six characters, each one directed by a different, young director, intersect during the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona.

Film Review: Unfriended

Film Review: Unfriended

Unfriended spins a new twist on the found-footage horror genre.

Film Review: Ex Machina

Film Review: Ex Machina

Movies concentrating on artificial intelligence are nothing new. Tackling the thorny moral issues of creating a new type of being provides fascinating viewing.

Film Review: It Follows

Film Review: It Follows

Teenager Jay enjoys life and a good relationship with her boyfriend until he reveals a dark secret and she starts to be plagued by strange visions.

Film Review: The Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Film Review: The Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Restarting a dormant peacekeeping program, Tony Stark creates Ultron, an android of immeasurable power that becomes an indestructible prophet of doom instead of a harbinger for peace.

Film Review: The Longest Ride

Film Review: The Longest Ride

Is the latest Nicholas Sparks novel adaption worth watching? Find out if this film is the new Notebook or not…

Film Review: Fast and Furious 7

Film Review: Fast and Furious 7

Fast and Furious 7 is pure escapist blockbuster entertainment. Read our review of it here.

Film Review: Cinderella (2015)

Film Review: Cinderella (2015)

Kenneth Branagh’s retelling of this classic fairytale combines humour and a little darkness to ensure the story stays fresh and interesting for all ages.

Film Review: Insurgent

Film Review: Insurgent

In this sequel to last year’s film, Divergent, Tris battles a new swathe of enemies in her quest to save her world from the clutches of Jeanine.

Film Review: Big Eyes

Film Review: Big Eyes

The true story of painter Margaret Keane whose husband took credit for her work until he began selling cheap copies and she was forced to fight for recognition.

Film Review: Run All Night

Film Review: Run All Night

A feared hit-man finds all his skills are needed when his son becomes a victim of a home invasion and the culprit turns out to be the son of his former crime boss.

French Film Festival‏ Review: Captain Conan

French Film Festival‏ Review: Captain Conan

Classic war film Captain Conan follows its titular character as he leads a commando squad in night-time raids on the enemy during WWI only to have to fight another battle in the law courts.

DVD Review: Hector and the Search for Happiness

DVD Review: Hector and the Search for Happiness

Hector and the Search for Happiness is an easy-going confection about a psychiatrist who travels the world trying to understand what makes people happy.

French Film Festival‏ Review: The Bélier Family

French Film Festival‏ Review: The Bélier Family

The Béliers are a salt-of-the-Earth farming family. They are all deaf except young Paula who finds her voice in a choir & is invited to study singing in Paris.

DVD Review: VICE

DVD Review: VICE

This modern remake of ‘Westworld” sees a fantasy robot become self aware and escape the confines of the human playground she exists in.

French Film Festival Review: Moomins on the Riviera

French Film Festival Review: Moomins on the Riviera

Originally developed for a series of children’s books & comics, the Moomins are a family of chubby white creatures from Moominvalley who live a simple bohemian life.

Event Review: Ben and Jerry’s Openair Cinema Glenelg

Event Review: Ben and Jerry’s Openair Cinema Glenelg

Glenelg’s own outdoor cinema by the beach continues until 12 April with a different film each night – food, drinks, beanbags and more! We reviewed the experience!

Film Review: Chappie

Film Review: Chappie

Keen to craft an artificially intelligent being, a tech expert creates a droid called Chappie but it’s seized by thieves who use it for their own ends.

French Film Festival‏ Review: Saint Laurent

French Film Festival‏ Review: Saint Laurent

This bio-flick of fashion icon St Laurent is a celebration of the glorious late 60s/70s French fashion world & an insight into the horrifying excess that came with it.

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