There are many things I would like to tell my 13 year-old self now. One of them would be to … More
After all, as Rose-Lynn (Jessie Buckley) points out, if Johnny Cash can make it with convictions on his record, why can’t she?
Being Frank is a witty ode to a man and his head. Oh, and the papier mache one too.
Less ground-breaking than his debut film, which steadily rose from word-of-mouth mania to awards darling, Peele’s follow-up Us, and not as precise in exactly what it is trying to convey, is no less disturbing.
The Fight, easy to market as ‘the female Rocky’, is so much more than that.
Oh captain, my captain! If you remember my Black Panther (2018) review this time last year, I was bemoaning the … More
Viewed as part of Leeds International Film Festival and showing at the UK’s leading celebration of LGBTQ+ films, BFI Flare … More
It takes a lot for me to get excited about zombie films. As a fledging horror fan that’s a bit … More
The latest Timothée Chalamet film was always going to be a big draw on the festival circuit, particularly at the … More
Colette is a timely story, that takes a microscope to how a person’s achievements can be co-opted by others.