5 Flights Up Review

Director Richard Loncraine’s “5 Flights Up,” based on Jill Ciment’s novel, starring acting treasures Diane Keaton and Morgan Freeman, is a simple, finely tuned, undemanding and gently humourous dramedy about
By Jarrod Saunders on 02 Dec 2015

The LEGO Movie Review

Never have I felt so much joy and delight after watching a film. I‘ve felt many great things after watching some of my favourite films, things like awe and inspiration,
By Kyle St John Peters on 02 Sep 2014

Transcendence Review

Making his directorial debut is Wally Pfister, Christopher Nolan’s cinematographer in masterworks like ‘The Dark Knight Trilogy’, ‘Inception’ and ‘Memento’. Even with such a stellar cast and a budding director
By Neilan Adams on 05 Jun 2014

Lego Movie Review

Growing up with Lego, I remember their little generic faces, the helmets with teeth marks and the little crack down below the visor because you were playing a bit rough
By Byron Hendricks on 11 Mar 2014

Now You See Me Review

Now You See Me gives away most of the wonder of the magic in the film by employing the help of flashy CGI gimmickry, bright lights, roundabout camera tricks and
By Jarrod Saunders on 25 Aug 2013


By now most critics have seen Oblivion and hordes of them are lukewarm about it. Words like pastiche, mish mash and rehash are thrown around to deride it. Some lament
By Neilan Adams on 24 Apr 2013

The Magic of Belle Isle Rreview

If you want a sentimental film filled with charm and warmth, Rob Reiner is often a good bet. The Magic of Belle Isle is a simple story and one of
By Claudia Hauter on 22 Apr 2013

Olympus Has Fallen: Review

Olympus Has Fallen spends roughly 10 minutes of its opening scene with an average attempt at drawing on viewers’ emotions. This is almost immediately squashed just a few seconds into
By Evan Saunders on 09 Apr 2013

Dolphin Tale

There’s a time-honoured rule in Hollywood that states: “never work with children or animals.” And yet, a film involving a troubled young man growing with the aid of an injured
By Daniel Rom on 15 Jul 2012