Dan Haygarth reviews Spike Lee’s new Vietnam War drama
The film was released in a matter of weeks after Harvey Weinstein began his 23-year prison sentence and is inspired by tales of women working in the film industry.
Nick Rowland’s feature length debut is an unrelenting tale of split loyalties, taking the well trodden ground of choosing between your blood family or your chosen one yet making it feel bracingly fresh.
If any film will inspire you to take up that new hobby you’ve been putting off or to love thy neighbour, it’s this one.
Once known only for his signature British gangster movies, such as Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), Snatch (2000) and RocknRolla (2008), Guy Ritchie has defied his critics by producing several surprises in recent years.
This is a love story set against the backdrop of racist America in director Melina Matsoukas’ first full-length movie – Queen & Slim. Josh Poyser reviews…
1917 has garnered attention for its ambitious cinematography and is a remarkable technical achievement that provides an unsanitised look into the horrors of trench warfare.
The truth is, it’s a solid four-star film – pretty good, worth seeing, but nothing to get hot and bothered about either way.
This charming tale of a mother and son’s meandering summer holiday from The Inbetweeners star Simon Bird in his directorial debut could easily wander into mediocrity, but instead becomes something all the more endearing.
Having found success by reviving Rocky Balboa for the Creed series, Sylvester Stallone again attempts to provide a fitting end for one of his iconic characters in Rambo: Last Blood.
A French crime drama centring around the murder of an elderly woman in a poor commune in France sounds like it has all the right threads to make a compelling story.