To say that expectations were high for director/writer Jordan Peele’s second feature is more than an understatement. His first feature film Get Out earned critical and commercial success alongside claims that he reinvented the ‘horror’ genre for the socially aware generation. There were high expectations for the follow-p With Us, Peele has gathered together an impressive cast in a tense, intriguing and thought-provoking nightmare. Once … Continue reading Us – Review
Yet another best-selling book adapted into a film, but we’re intrigued by this one! Based on a book by Donna Tartt, The Goldfinch revolves around Theodore Decker- a young man whose mother was killed in a bombing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, sending him on a journey of grief and guilt. Starring Ansel Elgort and Nicole Kidman, this looks to be … Continue reading The Goldfinch – Brand New Trailer!
Mister Rogers is one of America’s greatest children icons. Whilst we in England don’t have that same type of feeling towards him, the generosity of the American childhood hero has made waves. So we’re excited to see this film about him. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood revovles around a journalist who is trying to get the latest scoop on Fred Rogers but could he … Continue reading A Beautiful Day in the Neighbourhood – Brand New Trailer!
Of all the Academy Award nominees this year, one category does stand out as the strongest – Best Film in a Foreign Language. From Hirokazu Kore-ade’s triumphant Shoplifters to Alfosonso Cuaron’s completely unstoppable Roma, the category is filled with compelling and impressive features that deserve to be celebrate. Amongst the nominees is Lebanon entry Capernaum. Directed by Nadine Labaki, the film revolves around Zahn, a … Continue reading Capernaum – Review