What Will Win Best Picture? 2022

It’s been an awards season where from near the very start there’s been no overall frontrunner. And while some have emerged it’s been a competitive race with a number of surprise wins and late sprints. All ultimately leading eyes to the race for yet another Best Picture Oscar. With a number of surprises it’s aContinue reading “What Will Win Best Picture? 2022”

Oscars 2022 – What I’d Vote For

As another Academy Awards ceremony gets ever nearer many people are beginning to set in their final predictions. However, as with last year, before going into my predictions for what will win at this year’s Oscars here’s a rundown of the nominees I would personally put a cross or tick in the box for inContinue reading “Oscars 2022 – What I’d Vote For”

The Nan Movie – Review

Cert – 15, Run-time – 1 hour 35 minutes, Director – “A Catherine Tate film” (No director credited) Foul-mouthed OAP Joanie (Catherine Tate) finds herself taken on a road trip, by her grandson Jamie (Matthew Horne), to Ireland to meet her dying, estranged sister (Katherine Parkinson). For those unaware of Catherine Tate’s Nan character, havingContinue reading “The Nan Movie – Review”

LFF 2021: The Gravedigger’s Wife – Review

Release Date – TBC, Cert – N/A, Run-time – 1 hour 22 minutes, Director – Khadar Ayderus Ahmed When his wife (Yasmin Warsame) falls ill, gravedigger Guled (Omar Abdi) must travel back to his home village to attempt to raise the money to save her life. There’s much within The Gravedigger’s Wife which boils downContinue reading “LFF 2021: The Gravedigger’s Wife – Review”

Fresh – Review

Cert – Recommended 18+, Run-time – 1 hour 53 minutes, Director – Mimi Cave After a series of bad dates, Noa (Daisy Edgar-Jones) strikes up an intimate relationship with doctor Steve (Sebastian Stan). However, it’s not long until she discovers his hidden cannibalistic attitudes. Just before its awards success truly started to take off TwitterContinue reading “Fresh – Review”

The Adam Project – Review

Cert – 12, Run-time – 1 hour 45 minutes, Director – Shawn Levy 12-year-old Adam (Walker Scobell) finds himself trying to save the world and change the future when an older version of himself (Ryan Reynolds), from 2050, crash-lands in the wrong year attempting to find his missing wife (Zoe SaldaƱa). Even if you knowContinue reading “The Adam Project – Review”

Turning Red – Review

Cert – PG, Run-time – 1 hour 40 minutes, Director – Domee Shi 13 year old Meilin (Rosalie Chiang) is going through the standard changes that come with growing up, however her outgoing confidence is shattered when a generational ‘blessing’ causes her to turn into a giant red panda whenever she gets emotional or overexcited.Continue reading “Turning Red – Review”