David France is quickly becoming one of the best documentary filmmakers of our generation. In 2012 he brought us the riveting How to Survive a Plague – about the early years of the AIDS epidemic and the ACT UP activists […]
It’s 1981 South Africa, a time when the country was still at the height of apartheid, and blacks were not the only class of people who were discriminated against, homosexuals didn’t have it easy either. In the new amazing film […]
Portrait of a Lady Beautifully shot and superb performances are just a couple of the reasons to go see ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire.’ In French with English subtitles (and nominated for an Oscar for Best Film in a […]
Parasite ★★★★★ Yes it’s true about all the hype surrounding the South Korean film Parasite – it’s funny, dramatic, and very very different, and it sticks to you like, well, a parasite. Director Bong Joon-ho, who wrote the screenplay with […]
Uncut Gems ★★★★★ An Adam Sandler movie connotes bad acting and a stupid plot. Not ‘Uncut Gems’ – it’s fast, furious, heart-pounding and brilliant.Shockingly and shamelessly ‘Uncut Gems’ has been ignored by the people who give out film awards – […]
★★★★★ | ONLY YOU A contemporary romantic drama starring Laia Costa and Josh O’Connor, from first-time filmmaker Harry Wootliff. ‘Only You’ was shown as part of the London Film Festival’s First Feature Competition. Elena (Laia Costa), 35, and Jake (Josh […]
★★★★★ | Gloria Bell Julianne Moore is simply fabulous as a middle-aged woman going through the motions in the new film Gloria Bell. Moore, who excels in every role she plays, is particularly good here in a film that is […]
★★★★★ | AVENGERS ENDGAME Probably the most anticipated film of all time is now the most successful film in cinema history. The immediate sequel to Avengers Infinity War and the climax to the hugely successful decade of Marvel Comics 22 […]
The year is 1985. AIDS had already started to rear its ugly head. It’s also the year that Adrian comes home for perhaps the last time.
This should have been a car crash in all honesty but it is full on Formula 1 massive success.
By making The Happy Prince his way, Everett will reap the respect, and the rewards and awards, that he truly deserves for making this magnificent film.