After a gruelling 8 month wait from its Cannes Film Festival premiere in May 2019, Robert Eggers’ The Lighthousehas finally come to UK cinemas. Produced and distributed by A24,The Lighthouseis yet another horror-thriller unlike any other.
US Political dramas are always cannon fodder during awards season, every year there seems to be a new one making the headlines for potential nominations.
Gerwig’s film gives enough evidence that a story like this needs to be retold to for each generation, finding something new in the pages every time.
This is about as wacky and off-beat as they go
It’s heart-breaking but it’s the truth. It’s not a film to enjoy with a soft drink and a large popcorn but it’s one of the most important movies of the year.....
As well as this, the film is stunning, perfectly encapsulating the nature secluded lifestyle that most of these characters lead. The mundanity of ‘living with the land’ has never looked so ideal, and although this world can be cruel, you can rely on the kindness of strangers
Following preacher/revolutionary Moses (Marchant Davis), the film is based on hundreds of true stories all within the United States.
10/10 need we say more
It’s able to sustain originality with the comparisons between black and white childhoods. The no-nonsense parenting may seem strict at first when Femi first moves in to London, but as he becomes older his harsh upbringing has a purpose to it
The film may not be for everyone but if you're of similar age to the women in this feature then the fear of missing out and the desire to live it up and not let life pass you by is a notion that hits home
Cinema City, as part of their Tarantino celebrations leading up to Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, out Troy went along to see the classic Pulp Fiction on the big screen. Lets see what he made of it .....
Even if skateboarding was never your scene, Jonah Hill writes and directs a film with a neat focus on angst, awkwardnessand trying to fit in, without ever really messing any of those qualities up
I really enjoyed the film, funny, thoughtful and grounded.
Every time you start to cosy up on the back seat, you run over a pot-hole of discrimination that causes you to bang your head on the roof.
Margot Robbie (I, Tonya) is denied the screen-time she desperately needed to bring the character of Elizabeth together ...
Love is an all consuming thing
‘Suspiria’ is a film that has vastly polarised critics and audiences alike and is an example of a weirdly hypnotising film, whether it be good or bad.
Widows will hold you hostage. There is no looking away, there is no asking for mercy or respite, or wondering if a lull in the story will present itself so you can nip out for a pee.