Taken 2 Review

As the story of Taken 2 unfolds you will begin to focus on critical issues that have begun to plague your mind. “Did I leave the stove on?” you might say. Or, “I wonder what’s on TV tonight?” Or, if you are a s... Read More...

Jour de Fete DVD Review

As the BFI release of Jacques Tati’s 1949 film Jour de Fete begins, there is a brief note explaining the colour version and the black and white 1964 reworking of the original that follows it. The film was origi... Read More...

Mon Oncle DVD Review

The BFI is continuing its proud tradition of reverence to classic cinema with re-releases of French maestro Jacques Tati’s best known films.  Mon Oncle  was Tati’s second outing as one of his trademark characte... Read More...

Farewell to Arms

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the beginning of the war in Bosnia (1992-1995), a conflict which divided families and saw one time neighbours become deadliest enemies. Currently, the British army is emb... Read More...

Looper Review

There is an exciting trend developing. It is not easy to determine its origins but Looper is a prime example of it. This is that the film is very much a smart science-fiction film that is also a fast and exhila... Read More...