LFF 2020: Time – Review

Release Date: 16th October 2020, Cert – 12, Run-time – 1 hour 21 minutes, Director – Garrett Bradley While her husband faces a 60 year prison sentence for robbery Fox Rich fights a tough judicial system while trying to provide for her family and get out a message of the racism within the US’s legalContinue reading “LFF 2020: Time – Review”

The Trial Of The Chicago 7 – Review

Cert – 15, Run-time – 2 hours 9 minutes, Director – Aaron Sorkin A group from different walks of life all find themselves on trial for their association with the 1968 protests around the Democratic National Convention Aaron Sorkin has very much been known for his quickly walk and talk style of screenwriting. Packing inContinue reading “The Trial Of The Chicago 7 – Review”

LFF 2020: Herself – Review

Release Date – 10th September 2021, Cert – 15, Run-time – 1 hour 37 minutes, Director – Phyllida Lloyd A mother (Clare Dunne) escapes an abusive relationship with her two daughters and decides to build a house for them to finally live in safety. Mamma Mia! and The Iron Lady, two very different films fromContinue reading “LFF 2020: Herself – Review”

LFF 2020: The Disciple – Review

Release Date – 30th April 2021, Cert – 15, Run-time – 2 hours 7 minutes, Director – Chaitanya Tamhane A young musician (Aditya Modak) dedicates his life to performing Indian classical music, although finding little success “If you walk this path learn to be lonely and hungry” says one of the voices that echoes aroundContinue reading “LFF 2020: The Disciple – Review”

LFF 2020: Honeymood – Review

Release Date – N/A, Cert – N/A, Run-time – 1 hour 30 minutes, Director – Talya Lavie A young couple’s (Avigail Harari, Ran Danker) wedding night quickly turns into a chaotic traipse through the streets of Jerusalem One of the last thing’s Eleanor (Avigail Harari) and Noam (Ran Danker), or any newlywed couple for thatContinue reading “LFF 2020: Honeymood – Review”

LFF 2020: Kajillionaire – Review

Release Date – Friday 9th October 2020, Cert – 12, Run-time – 1 hour 45 minutes, Director – Miranda July A family of desperate small-time crooks/ cons need to raise $1,500 in a matter of days in order to pay their rent, bringing in a new, opinion-splitting, member (Gina Rodriguez) to the group Often whenContinue reading “LFF 2020: Kajillionaire – Review”

LFF 2020: The Painter And The Thief – Review

Release Date – 30th October 2020, Cert – 15, Run-time – 1 hour 47 minutes, Director – Benjamin Ree A painter forms a friendship with one of the thieves who stole one of her best paintings from an art exhibition Can you truly pinpoint the moment when a friendship begins? A genuine closely-bonded friendship. ItContinue reading “LFF 2020: The Painter And The Thief – Review”

LFF 2020: Mogul Mowgli – Review

Release Date – 30th October 2020, Cert – 15, Run-time – 1 hour 29 minutes, Director – Bassam Tariq On returning home to see his family for the first time in two years a rapper (Riz Ahmed) finds himself hospitalised with an autoimmune disease, just before he’s apart to embark on a potentially career-changing tourContinue reading “LFF 2020: Mogul Mowgli – Review”

Bill And Ted Face The Music – Review

Cert – PG, Run-time – 1 hour 31 minutes, Director – Dean Parisot Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) are tasked with creating a song to unite the universe in 78 minutes, otherwise all of space and time will be destroyed. There’s a point as the familiar faces of William S. Preston (Alex Winter)Continue reading “Bill And Ted Face The Music – Review”

The Broken Hearts Gallery – Review

Cert – 12, Run-time – 1 hour 48 minutes, Director – Natalie Krinsky A young woman (Geraldine Viswanathan) starts up a gallery for people to dispose of items leftover from previous relationships During the opening credits of Natalie Krinsky’s directorial feature debut the streets of New York are filled with the towering figures of aContinue reading “The Broken Hearts Gallery – Review”