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Review of Spectre

Review of Spectre

It seems with every blockbuster release, the hype and saturation coverage increases. Spectre is being shown at all my local cinemas at half hour hourly intervals, to the near total…

Review of Crimson Peak & The Lobster

Review of Crimson Peak & The Lobster

Crimson Peak and The Lobster may not have that much in common, but they can each be split into two parts based on the location they are set, with one…

Review of The Walk & The Program

Review of The Walk & The Program

The makers of The Walk and The Program were faced with the same problem. How to make a film about well known true events that were previously covered by critically…

Review of Sicario

Review of Sicario

In 2013, director Denis Villeneuve provided one of the better thrillers in recent years, Prisoners. However, his follow up, Enemy, was given a belated UK release earlier this year and…

Review of Suffragette

Review of Suffragette

If I was to have guessed what would be the film released this year that would be subject to a strident campaign against it, I would not have chosen Suffragette.…

Colin’s film mini-reviews

Colin’s film mini-reviews

Some mini reviews this time around for recent releases, including some available online… Life It is easy to see what attracted director Anton Corbijn to this story of James Dean’s…

The Martian review

The Martian review

Ridley Scott is one of those directors who has managed to maintain a great reputation despite his directorial efforts being of extremely variable quality. I’m not a fan of Blade…