The appeal of Bill & Ted has stretched over generations. Many years we have partied on or tried to be excellent to one another (of course, some haven’t tried.) Now the loveable Keanu Reeves and the brilliant Alex Winters return … Continue reading Bill & Ted Face The Music – Review
Do you ever wonder what would have been if you stayed with that person? Sally Potter, famed director of Orlando and The Party, returns with this sensitive and delirious take on dementia and all the lives we could’ve lived. Starring … Continue reading The Roads Not Taken – Review
In this digital landscape, dating feels like the world feels like everything is on the table. People vapidly scroll through pictures and absorb so much information of a potential loved one that it seems we know who we are dating … Continue reading Real – Review
With a title like Savage, certain connotations emerge. Sam Kelly’s feature debut, inspired by true events, brings us a brutal portrayal of gang culture in New Zealand dripping with animalistic prowess and grit – think Sons of Anarchy minus the … Continue reading Savage – Review
When it was announced that there would be another Rebecca film, there was a distinct split. Many believed it was wrong to adapt Daphne DeMurier tantalising novel after Alfred Hitchcock did so well in 1940. However, there were some, like … Continue reading Rebecca – Brand New Trailer!
Doing exactly what it does on the tin, here is the new trailer for yet another James Bond outing, this time directed by Cary Fukunaga. No Time To Die sees James Bond having to save a scientist as he is … Continue reading No Time to Die – Brand New Trailer & Clips!