7500: Review

If I had to sum up 7500 in one word it would probably be, “What?”. This is a horror film that tries to be scary. No, that’s not correct. It’s
By Graham van der Made on 05 Feb 2015

Romeo & Juliet (2013) Review

The latest adaption of one of Shakespeare’s most popular tragedies is exactly that – a tragedy. Understandably, Zeffirelli like many others is free to practise creative freedom, but with a
By Marceline Lee on 03 Jun 2014

Midnight’s Children Review (2nd Opinion)

Salman Rushdie’s marvellously celebrated novel brought together India’s history and myths to tell the tale of Midnights Children. It’s no wonder they adapted the book into a feature film! Guest
By Guest on 09 Apr 2014

Midnight’s Children Review

As with the majority of Indian films, Midnight’s Children is an epic display of colour, light and sound. The film is commanding, striking and filled with magical realism that enhances
By Sarah Xena Lee on 27 Mar 2014

Crush Review

Even though everyone says you shouldn’t, we all judge a book by its cover. Similarly, with this film, most of us would look at the folder cover art and utter
By Sarah Xena Lee on 11 Mar 2014

Absolute Deception Review

When the credits roll on this awful movie you will feel like you have been watching a very long-winded episode of a low-low budget C class (just invented) series. Considering
By Sarah Xena Lee on 05 Feb 2014

Captain Phillips: Review

After the increased pirate activity in the waters surrounding the Horn of Africa in 2009, the MV Maersk Alabama, a cargo ship carrying mostly food and relief aid intended for
By Evan Saunders on 13 Nov 2013