4.0RATING

Thor: Ragnarok Review

Thor: Ragnarok begins with our hero talking to himself. Or rather, talking to a skeleton. In actuality, of course, he’s talking to the audience, wryly explaining how he ended up in this situation. It’s one of t... Read More...
5.0RATING

Elle Review

Elle is, perhaps, a misleading title, for Michèle Leblanc is no everywoman. In as much as anything can be expected of Isabelle Huppert, her latest creation is singularly complex, a provocative woman to match th... Read More...
4.0RATING

Loving Review

Richard and Mildred Loving are a very unassuming couple; the kind you probably wouldn't give a second glance if you passed them on the street, for they both seem by their natures to fold in on themselves, shy o... Read More...
4.0RATING

The Innocents Review

The Innocents is a title with surprisingly cruel irony for a film that has much more finesse in its actual realisation. Director Anne Fontaine, in a marked shift from her histrionic, erotically charged inter-ge... Read More...
5.0RATING

Little Men Review

New York City has rarely seemed as carefree and effervescent as it does in Ira Sachs' Little Men, when two teenage boys skate down the sidewalk, not speaking but joined in silent kinship. In a film otherwise ab... Read More...
2.0RATING

Wiener-Dog Review

The wiener-dog, or sausage dog as we know it on these shores, is somewhat of the dog of the moment, and the arrival of a film centred around the stubby pooch therefore comes as little of a surprise. Dog lovers,... Read More...