Queen Of The Desert – Movie Review

Queen Of The Desert is a, dare I say it, questionably dull take on a celebrated woman. Gertrude Bell (Nicole Kidman) was a fierce intellectual who felt stifled by her
By Christine Tesco on 09 Nov 2016

In the Heart of the Sea – Movie Review

Adapting a historical account into a film must largely be taken in one of two directions if it is to succeed as a film: you either tell the events exactly
By Daniel Rom on 14 Jul 2016

The 33 – Movie Review

The 33 is a film that is hard to dislike, although it is very easy not to regard it very seriously either. When it comes to making a film based
By Daniel Rom on 09 Jun 2016

Black Mass – Movie Review

Black Mass follows the real-life story of the notorious mobster Jimmy “Whitey” Bulger who infamously ran the streets of Boston in 1975. If you’re a fan of mobster crime thrillers
By Meagan Taylor on 05 May 2016

Pawn Sacrifice – Movie Review

Pawn Sacrifice falls into that expanding genre of films that I would describe as “depictions of historical figures who struggled heroically but who went nuts in some ways.” There is
By Daniel Rom on 03 May 2016

The Walk Review

Robert Zemeckis (Director) is a great storyteller with the ability to captivate his audience with moments of ecstasy. The Walk is based on Philippe Petit’s real life high-wire walk between
By Meagan Taylor on 02 Apr 2016

Everest Review

When your next breath is nothing short of a miracle, tears streaming down your face as its warmth reminds you of the violent tragedy that befell on a snow covered
By Christine Tesco on 17 Sep 2015

Kill the Messenger Review

Based on a true story, Jeremy Renner takes on the heroic role of Gary Webb, a superb reporter that is ruined by his leading story, called “Dark Alliance”, concerning the
By Meagan Taylor on 05 Aug 2015

Big Eyes Review

Tim Burton’s not been doing so well these days. In many ways, he feels almost reduced down to a parody of himself, where a ‘Tim Burton production’ stands for a
By Daniel Rom on 16 Jul 2015