Her – Review


A modern, thought-provoking film of modern cinema, Her is the product of Jonze’s unique screenwriting and the wonderfully expressive voice acting of Scarlett Johansson. Spike Jonze’s latest film Her, focuses on the unlikely romance between two individuals in the near future living in Los Angeles, California. The reason the relationship between More...

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By Andrew Griffiths On Saturday, November 23rd, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – Review

The follow-up to the hugely successful Hunger Games had a lot to live up to, but did it exceed expectations or was it doomed to disappoint its popular prequel? There’s no doubting the cultural enormity of the More...

One of many looks up from his pair of binoculars, Hanks' Captain Phillips takes another disbelieving look.
By Thomas Edwards On Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Captain Phillips – review

Director Paul Greengrass’ Captain Phillips is another of his audacious attempts to bring controversial, real-life events to the masses through cinema, and once again, he has captured the tone nigh on perfectly. Complete More...

By Izzie Farr On Thursday, October 31st, 2013

About Time – review

Richard Curtis, celebrated Britcom writer, has stated that he does not intend to make another film. This is perhaps no surprise when his latest movie, About Time, is in essence about “spending your time in as More...

By Andrew Griffiths On Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Gravity in Review

Acclaimed Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón takes his brand of hyper-realist human drama to space – but is it style over substance or has he successfully managed to transport his humanist storytelling to More...

By Chris Worrall On Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Worrall’s Reel Review – Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa (2013)

The transition from television to the big screen is not always an easy or successful one. For every In The Loop, there also (sadly) is a Keith Lemon: The Film.  With this film, therefore, you can understand a More...

The world's end
By Chris Worrall On Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Worrall’s Reel Review – The World’s End (2013)

As the last in the ‘Cornetto Trilogy’, The World’s End had a lot to live up to. With Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz Wright, Pegg and Frost created two of the funniest and most entertaining British More...

Pacific Rim
By Chris Worrall On Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

Worrall’s Reel Review – Pacific Rim (2013)

Massive robots beating the hell out of massive monsters (and vice-versa) sounds, depending on personal taste of course, like a pretty good starting point for any massive action blockbuster. Sadly, as Michael Bay More...

By Chris Worrall On Sunday, July 21st, 2013

Worrall’s TV Movie Review – McCullin (2012)

Apparently, more photographs have been taken in the last twelve months than in the rest of human history put together. Everywhere we go and everything we do we want to capture on film. We watch concerts, graduations More...

despicable me 2
By Chris Worrall On Friday, July 12th, 2013

Worrall’s Reel Review – Despicable Me 2 (2013)

It appears that summertime at the cinema is the time of sequels and prequels. If a film is successful, it is almost inevitable that some form of franchise continuation will follow fast on its heels. The reason More...