With a visibly important and timely role under his belt with the hit UK series Victoria, actor Jordan Waller is ready to trade in his well-fitted tail coat for some laughs with purpose, as he kicks off his one-man comedy show.
February 13, 2019 | Film + Entertainment
Diane Kruger’s spy movie to the female emancipation of a Macedonian paesant girl, here are some more reviews of films we’ve seen over the past week at the Berlinale.
You will find us in Berlin this week for the annual Berlin Film Festival, Berlinale.
Despite having the tagline ‘The second one’ this is actually the fourth Lego movie in the franchise, though it follows on directly from the first film.
Last week a prominent conversion therapy campaigner David Matheson, came out as gay after spending decades coaching countless people back into the closet.
Based on the manga and anime of the same name, this passion-project for producer James Cameron and director Robert Rodriguez delivers a film which honours the style of Japanese anime, right down to the over-sized eyes of Alita.
The distinction within journalism is sharply illustrated here in the biographical story of Marie Colvin, a war correspondent for The Times.
If Beale Street Could Talk is director Barry Jenkins’ third film, taking on the titular novel by James Baldwin.
Tabrez Noorani boasts an impressive IMDB page with producing credits for the likes of Slum Dog Millionaire, Life Of Pi, Lion and the first season of Netflix show Sense 8.
With its imminent release on Friday and with yesterday’s announcement of 7 Oscar nominations, the hype around Dick Cheney bio-pic Vice is picking up heavy momentum.
Adam McKay may just be starting a cult following in developing films which are high on factual accuracy yet also comedy.
Destroyer is a character driven story, told in non-chronological order, set around Nicole Kidman’s bad-cop Erin Dell.
Director Reinaldo Marcus Green’s Monsters and Men provides an intimate, multi-perspective look-in through an interlinked three fold narrative dealing with the highly sentive issue of police brutality.
Midway through Stan & Ollie, the titular comedy duo lament that nobody is going to the movies anymore, that people would much rather stay home in front of their television sets than go to the cinema.
The Golden Globes perhaps no longer wish to be the forbearers of the award season, with this year’s awards seem to have muddled predictions somewhat.
It’s rare to have a documentary focus on a single person, with decades worth of material and background feel contrastingly in-depth and shallow at the same time.
In a world revolving around the social stratosphere of the internet, Tristan Tales continues to craft a genuine narrative worth following.
January 2, 2019 | Fashion & Entertainment
Ben Wheatley diverts thematically with Happy New Year Colin Burstead, tackling less sombre terrain; a New Year’s Eve gathering opens a Pandora’s box of mayhem.
A true tale based on the devastating and sinister 1969 memoirs of Henri Charrière.
The brilliant buzz of The Favourite has been building for so long, it seems the film should have been and gone from big screens already.