Jenna Suru ‘The Golden Age’ Interview

Writer, director, producer and actor Jenna Suru joins me to discuss her upcoming feature debut The Golden Age – which is premiering at the London Independent Film Festival later this month. The Golden Age can be followed through its Twitter account. Tickets for the premiere on Friday 13th March, followed by a Q&A with Jenna,Continue reading “Jenna Suru ‘The Golden Age’ Interview”

Dark Waters – Review

Cert – 12, Run-time – 2 hours 6 minutes, Director – Todd Haynes A corporate environmental lawyer (Mark Ruffalo) takes on one of the biggest chemical companies in America when it’s revealed that they’re poisoning the water of a town in Virginia Dark Waters is a shocking film, there’s no denying that. There’s something aboutContinue reading “Dark Waters – Review”

The Invisible Man – Review

Cert – 15, Run-time – 2 hours 4 minutes, Director – Leigh Whannell After escaping an abusive relationship Cecelia (Elisabeth Moss), believes that her ex-boyfriend (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), who has recently committed suicide, is somehow stalking and terrorising her in an invisible form. The Invisible Man is a title commonly associated with the ghouls and grimContinue reading “The Invisible Man – Review”

Portrait Of A Lady On Fire – Review

Cert – 15, Run-time – 2 hours 1 minute, Director – Céline Sciamma A painter (Noémie Merlant) closely observes a bride-to-be (Adèle Haenel) in order to make a portrait for her wedding without her knowing. Portrait Of A Lady On Fire is a work of art that communicates its points through a story about communicationContinue reading “Portrait Of A Lady On Fire – Review”

Emma. – Review

Cert – U, Run-time – 2 hours 4 minutes, Director – Autumn de Wilde Emma Woodhouse (Anya Taylor-Joy) delights in her life of matchmaking friends and family, while dealing with her complex relationships with the men around her. Director Autumn de Wilde’s previous experience mostly relates to music videos for rock artists. The likes ofContinue reading “Emma. – Review”

Sonic The Hedgehog – Review

Cert – PG, Run-time – 1 hour 39 minutes, Director – Jeff Fowler After loosing his teleportation rings Sonic the hedgehog (Ben Schwartz) must find his way to San Francisco to get them back before he’s captured by a drone-wielding inventor employed by the government (Jim Carrey) “What if we were back in the 90sContinue reading “Sonic The Hedgehog – Review”

Dolittle – Review

Cert – PG, Run-time – 1 hour 41 minutes, Director – Stephen Gaghan When Queen Victoria (Jessie Buckley) suffers from a gradual poisoning Dr Dolittle (Robert Downey Jr) is sent on a voyage to find the one thing that will cure her Talking (and singing) animals really don’t seem to be going well for Universal.Continue reading “Dolittle – Review”

Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) – Review

Cert – 15, Run-time – 1 hour 49 minutes, Director – Cathy Yan After being dumped by The Joker, all of Gotham city is after Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie). The only way for her to end this is by finding a diamond which hides details of a mass fortune. There’s something rather delightful about seeingContinue reading “Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) – Review”

What Will Win Best Picture? 2020

Every year as awards season heats up the debate as to what will win the Best Picture Oscar also increases. At the same time I find myself, along with many others, saying that the year’s race is one of the closest and most unpredictable ever. And of course when it comes to the competition betweenContinue reading “What Will Win Best Picture? 2020”

LFF 2019: A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood – Review

Release date – 31st January 2020, Cert – PG, Run-time – 1 hour 48 minutes, Director – Marielle Heller Cynical journalist Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys) is sent to meet iconic television personality Mr Rogers (Tom Hanks) for a piece of heroes. “It’s a beautiful day in this neighbourhood, a beautiful day for a neighbour. WouldContinue reading “LFF 2019: A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood – Review”