Stylish eighties-set drama about a couple struggling to make their way in the world, gifted to the upper class, old boys’ network.
A beautiful, touching and undoubtedly hilarious movie that you will fall in love with instantly.
With a talented creative team and lead actress, Cyberbully (2015) is an incredible short film that tackles a complex subject matter. One not to miss.
Zach Braff’s newest directorial effort is another dose of vibrant, if familiar, comedy-drama.
An aesthetically stunning, yet difficult piece to watch; a story of morals and human connection – an absolute must watch.
The Doctor and Clara are reunited at Christmas (of course) to face a new alien threat, and decide the answer once and for all to the age old question – is Father Christmas real?
A film where everyone sits and stands in rooms, talking about nothing. It’s great!
An enjoyable romantic comedy with great casting, and a memorable and modern plot that is full of awkward and funny moments
Lena Dunham’s controversial show makes a welcome return to its roots.
Wastes 157 minutes telling an unoriginal, dated story that could easily have ended in half the time.
An eye-opening recreation of a tragedy, told by the very police officers who left their homes to uncover the mystery of an Air New Zealand plane crash on Antarctica’s largest mountain.
Two quality support acts and an even better received performance by The Pretty Reckless for their ‘Going To Hell’ tour.
A dryly comical script but with no real original flair regarding the debate on words vs pictures.
Wonderfully understated acting and a wonderful soundscape made disappointing by terrible writing, lackluster cinematography and unpredictable genre and tonal shifts.
Gone Girl is a dark and enigmatic film with beautifully understated performances from its lead actors