This Danish western harks back to the classics of old
Roobla Film Reviews.
Ahead of it’s time and an honest take on destructive adolescent love and dependency
Jake Gyllenhaal shines in what could be described as the new Rocky
Can you sympathise with a serial killer? Barney Thomson’s life takes a new turn as he tries for a second chance…
Don’t be fooled by his size…Ant-Man isn’t one to mess with!
Struggles and triumphs of would-be immigrants
A true tale of honour, longing, loneliness and family.
A Samurai movie made specifically for children, however, if you are a fan of the Mighty Morphing Power Rangers, you may just like this.
In honour of legendary actor Omar Sharif, who died this week at age 83, we review one of his best loved films, David Lean’s Doctor Zhivago
Scrap the third and fourth films and just watch this – it’s one for the original fans.
Ahead of its DVD release on July 13th, we review The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, a magical animation from veteran Studio Ghibli director Isao Takahata
A film of imperfections, but one that needs be watched for the motive behind it and everything it stands for.
22 years in the making and well worth the wait!
Has the franchise Taken things one step too far?
A dark story of redemption, anger and pain. A truly difficult watch, but one that will definitely leave a mark.