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 … Continue reading I’m Your Woman – 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 … Continue reading Cordelia – Review
If your boyfriend invites you to a remote villa in the middle of the desert, don’t go. That’s the moral of Revenge, a French language blood-soaked rape revenge thriller from writer-director Coralie Fargeat. Jen (Matilda Lutz) thinks she is spending … Continue reading Revenge – Review
No self-respecting film reviewer should say too much about the police thriller, The Guilty. How then can I encourage you to see it? I can point to the compelling central performance by Jakob Cedergren as Asger Holm, a Copenhagen police … Continue reading The Guilty – Review
Mark Wahlberg’s collaboration with director Peter Berg is starting to look like a thing. Mile 22 is their fourth movie together, after Lone Survivor (2013), Deepwater Horizon (2016) and Patriot’s Day (2016). Moreover these guys are in pre-production on their … Continue reading Mile 22 – Review
War is brutal. War has been brutal. War and killing is wrong. But there are soldiers who fought for their principles as well as helping the war effort. In Hacksaw Ridge, one such man is being immortalised on the big … Continue reading Hacksaw Ridge – Brand New Trailer!