House Of Gucci – Review

Cert – 15, Run-time – 2 hours 38 minutes, Director – Ridley Scott The Gucci brand and dynasty experiences a decades long downfall after the turbulent marriage of initially unconcerned Maurizio (Adam Driver) to increasingly influential Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga). House Of Gucci undeniably houses an A-list cast to match the heights of the fashionContinue reading “House Of Gucci – Review”

‘Stealing Chaplin’ Interview

Co-producers, director Paul Tanter and stars Simon Phillips and Ken Bressers join me to discuss the upcoming digital release of their film Stealing Chaplin. The film will be available on a number of digital platforms from Monday 6th December 2021. You can follow Stealing Chaplin on Twitter. The film will be available across multiple platformsContinue reading “‘Stealing Chaplin’ Interview”

tick, tick… Boom! – Review

Cert – 12, Run-time – 2 hours, Director – Lin-Manuel Miranda Jonathan Larson (Andrew Garfield) lives his life through his unrecognised songs and musicals, however he’s struggling to come up with a key song in the build up to a workshop for a musical he’s been working on for almost a decade. “I’m the futureContinue reading “tick, tick… Boom! – Review”

LFF 2021: The Power Of The Dog – Review

Release Date – 19th November 2021, Cert – 12, Run-time – 2 hours 7 minutes, Director – Jane Campion Patronising rancher Phil (Benedict Cumberbatch) finds his home-life disturbed when his far less domineering brother George (Jesse Plemons) marries boarding-room owner Rose (Kirsten Dunst), bringing her son (Kodi Smit-McPhee), who Phil also torments, along with them.Continue reading “LFF 2021: The Power Of The Dog – Review”

LFF 2021: Petite Maman – Review

Release Date – 19th November 2021, Cert – U, Run-time – 1 hour 12 minutes, Director – Céline Sciamma When her mum suddenly leaves one morning, eight-year-old Nelly (Joséphine Sanz) discovers Marion (Gabrielle Sanz), a young girl who looks exactly like her, in the woods outside of her late grandmother’s house, and her mum’s childhoodContinue reading “LFF 2021: Petite Maman – Review”

LFF 2021: King Richard – Review

Release Date – 19th November 2021, Cert – 12, Run-time – 2 hours 24 minutes, Director – Reinaldo Marcus Green Richard Williams (Will Smith) does everything he can to help train his daughters, Venus (Saniyya Sidney) and Serena (Demi Singleton), become the most successful tennis stars in the world, despite anything, and everything, that mightContinue reading “LFF 2021: King Richard – Review”

Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Review

Cert – 12, Run-time – 2 hours 4 minutes, Director – Jason Reitman After moving to their late grandfathers run-down house siblings Phoebe (Mckenna Grace) and Trevor (Finn Wolfhard) soon discover links to the long-parted Ghostbusters and the ghosts that remain in the quiet town of Summerville. Logan Kim’s Podcast – self-called because of hisContinue reading “Ghostbusters: Afterlife – Review”

LFF 2021: ear for eye – Review

Release Date – 16th October 2021, Cert – N/A, Run-time – 1 hour 23 minutes, Director – debbie tucker green Three vignettes looking into the experiences of Black Britons and Americans in modern society. Adapted from her stage-play of the same name, writer-director debbie tucker green brings a stage-like quality to the screen adaptation ofContinue reading “LFF 2021: ear for eye – Review”

LFF 2021: Mothering Sunday – Review

Release Date – 12th November 2021, Cert – 15, Run-time – 1 hour 36 minutes, Director – Eva Husson While her employers (Colin Firth, Olivia Colman) spend the day with, long-distant since World War One ended, friends to celebrate an engagement, maid Jane (Odessa Young) spends Mothering Sunday in an affair with future-groom Paul (JoshContinue reading “LFF 2021: Mothering Sunday – Review”