Baby Done – Review

Parenthood comes with a lot of challenges and this latest comedy-drama movie tackles them head on. Directed by Curtis Vowell, and produced by Taika Waititi, Baby Done revolves around young adventurous couple Zoe and Tim. They climb trees, they go on high-flying adventures, and they dream of travelling the globe. However, Zoe finds herself pregnant. All though Tim is elated, Zoe struggles with the unexpected … Continue reading Baby Done – Review

‘Something Old, Something New, Something Truly Special’ – WandaVision Episodes 1 & 2 Review

by Jordan King It’s hard to believe that almost two years have passed since the instantly recognisable Marvel fanfare last started up and heralded in a new entry to the MCU. Since Spider-Man Far From Home took us gallivanting around Europe (ah, travel, remember that?) as the world both in-universe and in real life reckoned with the aftermath of Avengers Endgame, a bit of a … Continue reading ‘Something Old, Something New, Something Truly Special’ – WandaVision Episodes 1 & 2 Review

Pieces of a Woman – Review

By Emily Murray In cinema birth is often depicted to be a beautiful thing, which in many ways it is, bringing new life into the world. What is often not shown is the sheer pain, terror and blood involved, something new drama Pieces Of A Woman is very much unafraid to shy away from. Starring Vanessa Kirby as a young woman navigating grief after a … Continue reading Pieces of a Woman – Review

I’m Your Woman – Review

Over the last few years, we have been treated to American movies that have focussed on the wives or girlfriends of career criminals. Generally though, films such as Widows or The Kitchen have shown groups of women associated with crime getting together to prove that they are better than their deadbeat husbands, even if they are played by Liam Neeson. Set in Pittsburgh in the … Continue reading I’m Your Woman – Review

Jungleland – Review

The boxing drama genre is over-saturated with various movies. Blood-soaked, packing punches, and absolutely grim injuries, these movies all seemingly blend into one. An ex-boxer has one last attempt at redemption or there has been a severe accident, causing the boxer to rehabilitate this life. Or it is just Rocky. Jungleland has a different approach and, instead, focuses on the fighting beneath the surface. Directed … Continue reading Jungleland – Review

Cordelia – Review

There is something unsettling about the London-set psychological thriller, Cordelia and it isn’t the neighbour, Frank (Johnny Flynn) upstairs. The titular protagonist (Antonia Campbell-Hughes, who also co-wrote the script with the film’s director, Adrian Shergold) is an actress, who twelve years earlier had an experience on the tube that scarred her for life, after she gave up her seat for a blind man. Cordelia is … Continue reading Cordelia – Review