50/50 DVD Review

Jonathan Levine’s comedy drama is equally touching and hilarious, tastefully tackling the taboo subject of cancer. Based upon writer Will Reiser’s own experience, the film follows Adam (Joseph Gordon Levitt) te... Read More...

This Our Still Life DVD Review

Being anything but ‘still’, Andrew Kotting’s kinetic portrait of his daughter Eden is as touching as it is beautifully constructed. The title refers directly to Eden’s still life paintings, which Kotting doc... Read More...

Tomboy DVD Review

A tender and beautifully crafted follow up to Water Lilies, Celine Schiamma’s Tomboy is a wonderfully minimalist coming of age tale. It follows a ten year old girl as she passes herself off as a boy to a new... Read More...

Caprice DVD Review

Charming but inconsistent, Caprice is an entertaining spy-spoof which tries desperately to be akin to Charade. Sadly, due to miscasting the lead roles and the wearisome plot, this romantic comedy falls short of... Read More...

Midnight In Paris DVD Review

Returning back to top form, Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris is an enchanting and well-crafted romantic comedy which ponders whether nostalgia is all what it’s cracked up to be. It follows Gil (Owen Wilson) a... Read More...

Crazy, Stupid, Love DVD Review

A charming romantic comedy, Crazy,Stupid, Love pokes fun at the tired old conventions of Hollywood whilst creating a series of absorbing and likeable characters. It follows Steve Carell and Julianne Moore’s ... Read More...