Paddington 2 review

The start might be as clunky and chunky as our little hero, but the sequel to 2014’s somewhat surprise family hit, Paddington, resembles something of an improvement all round. And, considering the opening salvo... Read More...
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B&B Review

B&B, directed and written by Joe Ahearne, is a light hearted turned dark comedy about a weekend away in the countryside for couple Mark and Fred. The two are returning to a British countryside bed and break... Read More...

Wonderstruck Review

Credit: Myles Aronowitz/Amazon Studios/Roadside Attractions Todd Haynes’ new offering brings the audience into a cinematic world unlike any recently produced. Set in two different time periods, Wonderstruck... Read More...

Perfect Blu Review

Satashi Kon's deeply unsettling examination of fame and famous people celebrates its 20th year of release in the UK. Remastered and re released. Its takes on the perceived happy, lovely, celebratory life that f... Read More...
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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...