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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
★★★★★ | 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 […]
★★★★★ | 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 […]
★★★★★ | 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 […]
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.