Tag: family

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part gets a new trailer

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part gets a new trailer

A closer look at our return to the land of LEGO

Shoplifters Review

Shoplifters Review

They say you can't choose your family...

Mirai Review

Mirai Review

Growing up is a true journey

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Distant Voices, Still Lives restored and now available on Blu-ray thanks to the BFI

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Distant Voices, Still Lives Review

Terence Davies' wonderful debut is 30 years old and has A rerelease is a gift. And this one has a spiffing new 4K transfer.

The Deer Hunter: 40th Anniversary

The Deer Hunter: 40th Anniversary

Director Michael Cimino's legacy is debatable, but this is a rough gem with an undiminished power.

Early Man Review

Early Man Review

Stone vs Bronze. A battle for the ages.

Paddington 2 Review

Paddington 2 Review

Unleash your bear at heart.

Atlantis: 2.12 The Queen Must Die

Atlantis: 2.12 The Queen Must Die

Too busy setting up for a cancelled future to tell its own story.

Atlantis: 2.11 Kin

Atlantis: 2.11 Kin

Can Jason be saved from the clutches of Pasiphae?

Atlantis: 2.10 The Dying of the Light

Atlantis: 2.10 The Dying of the Light

The show may be on the way out, but this episode is very much alive.

Atlantis: 2.07 A Fate Worse Than Death

Atlantis: 2.07 A Fate Worse Than Death

Given the axe, but still holding its head up high.

Atlantis: 2.02 A New Dawn: Part Two

Atlantis: 2.02 A New Dawn: Part Two

An Atlantis worth returning to.

Land of Hope Review

Land of Hope Review

Sion Sono's film about the aftermath of a disaster like Fukushima is a modern masterpiece, says John. We review the blu-ray

Dolphin Tale (UK) in February

Dolphin Tale (UK) in February

This tale of dolphins comes to UK DVD and Blu-ray in February...

Lake Mungo Review

Lake Mungo Review

Joel Anderson's unsetttling pseudo-documentary delivers effective chills and so much more; catch it before the American remake.

Abel Review

Abel Review

Diego Luna's directorial debut feature takes a look at family values from the viewpoint of a disturbed nine year-old boy.

I Am Love Review

I Am Love Review

Love will tear us apart...