Tag: 2017

Laura Gets a Cat Review

Laura Gets a Cat Review

Laura Gets a Cat is a refreshing character-driven indie rom-com that feels as new as it does familiar; a film that many people will relate to and a perfect reminder that life is messy and that's ok.

Arcadia Review

Arcadia Review

Our look at the BFI's DVD release of Paul Wright's 2017 film

Mayhem Review

Mayhem Review

Hostile. Work. Environment.

Birth of the Dragon Review

Birth of the Dragon Review

The film about the fight that created the legend isn't all that legendary

Acts of Vengeance Review

Acts of Vengeance Review

Payback speaks louder than words.

Blade of the Immortal Review
Rex Review

Rex Review

They aren't pets. They aren't even dogs anymore. They're warriors, and they come back with all the same issues we do.

Baftas 2018: The full list of winners

Baftas 2018: The full list of winners

Find out who the winners were at this years ceremony

God's Own Country Review

God's Own Country Review

Barren beauty, lambing, and love in God's Own Country.

Brawl in Cell Block 99 Review

Brawl in Cell Block 99 Review

Vince Vaughn is so money in S. Craig Zahler's latest offering.

Mountains May Depart Review

Mountains May Depart Review

Time will transform mountains and rivers but will our hearts remain the same?

England is Mine Review

England is Mine Review

I still don't belong to anyone - I am mine.

The Wall Review

The Wall Review

This isn't war. It's a game.

The Big Sick Review

The Big Sick Review

An awkward true story.

Buster Keaton: Sherlock Jr., The General, and Steamboat Bill, Jr. Review

Buster Keaton: Sherlock Jr., The General, and Steamboat Bill, Jr. Review

Three timeless Buster Keaton films lovingly restored and presented in a wonderful collection.

Your Name Review

Your Name Review

A visually stunning and beautifully gentle coming-of-age story.

J.D.'s Revenge Review

J.D.'s Revenge Review

A violent 40s gangster takes over the body of a mild-mannered student of the 70s in this blaxploitation-horror.