Film Reviews

LFF 2019: Jojo Rabbit Review

This war film with humour, heart, and horror, is one you should run run run to see.

American Woman Review

In a small, blue-collar town in Pennsylvania, a 32-year-old woman's teen daughter goes missing

LFF 2019: La Llorona Review

The weeping woman seeks revenge on the Guatemalan government

LFF 2019: Beanpole Review

The horrors of war traumatise two women in 1945 Russia

The Day Shall Come Review

Chris Morris reminds us that truth is often stranger than fiction

Tehran: City of Love Review

Tehran: City of Love follows the interconnected lives of single people looking for love

LFF 2019: A White, White Day Review

The fog of grief covers up hearts and minds in Iceland

LFF 2019: Honey Boy Review

Shia LeBeouf and Alma Har’el’s soul-baring exploration of the long term effects of emotional abuse

LFF 2019: Hope Gap Review

William Nicholson's Hope Gap is a muddled affair about a couple on the rocks

LFF 2019: The Lighthouse Review

Two lighthouse keepers teeter on the brink of sanity in Robert Egger's new claustrophobic horror

LFF 2019: Just Mercy Review

Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx star in a Death Row Drama based on real events

LFF 2019: Waiting for the Barbarians Review

Embrace of the Serpent director's English-language debut is a huge disappointment

LFF 2019: The Personal History of David Copperfield Review

This year's London Film Festival opener starring Dev Patel

LFF 2019: Clemency Review

Alfre Woodard and Aldis Hodge shine in this engrossing prison drama

LFF 2019: Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project Review

The legacy of a woman who recorded TV news stations non-stop for 35 years

Suzi Q Review

A pioneering female rocker, Suzi Quatro takes the spotlight in this documentary profile.