The Salesman begins with a building shaking at its foundations – as metaphorical an opening as ever contrived. Continue reading The Salesman – Review
Who doesn’t love Love Actually? It’s a near perfect film, and easily one of the best rom-coms of all time, if not the best. It’s been 14 years since the film came out, and now we’re finally getting a follow up special to celebrate Red Nose Day. This teaser is a short but sweet one paying homage arguably the film’s most iconic moment – Andrew … Continue reading Red Nose Day Actually – New Teaser
Is anybody else trembling at the fact that we’re just over a month away from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2? We’ve been spoilt rotten with the promotional material, all showcasing a film that looks too good to even exist. We have yet another trailer to add to that, which sees the crew taking a difficult flight, with Star Lord and Rocket debating who’s the better … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 – New Teaser
From director Rob Meyer and writer Annie J. Howell comes Little Boxes, a comedy starring Melanie Lynskey as Gina, a teacher who moves from New York to Washington State for a new job opportunity. Moving with her is her black husband Mack (Nelsan Ellis), and mixed race son Clark (Armani Jackson), and the film follows the family as they settle into this mostly white suburban … Continue reading Little Boxes – Brand New Trailer!
Although Illumination Entertainment’s latest offering Sing has not hit cinemas yet the studio is already whetting our appetites for their next release. The company’s most successful series Despicable Me will release its third installment next summer and its second is with us. The trailer shows super villain turned super dad Gru up to his usual tricks but now with new wife Lucy by his side. The … Continue reading Despicable Me 3 – Brand New Trailer
by Jamie Garwood A glowing documentary that follows the post-NFL career of New Orleans Saints specials teams player, Steve Gleason, who shortly after retirement is diagnosed with ALS – Amyotrophic Lateral Sceloris or Lou Gehrig’s Disease – and how his once physical body quickly detoriates and a sound literal mind slowly vanishes over a year. The director Clay Tweel is lucky in respect that an … Continue reading Gleason – Review