Tag: Reviews

TENET Review

TENET Review

Tenet sees Christopher Nolan push plot centre-stage in a spy-thriller that raises the age-old question of whether you have to understand something to enjoy it.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 2 weeks ago
BECKY Review

BECKY Review

It is always nice to see an actor who is mostly known for their comedic performances want to venture out and try their hand at something different. Should Kevin James stick to his usual comedy routine or does he have the chops to play more nasty villain roles?

By Jake Peffer | Leave a Comment | Published 2 months ago
FANTASY ISLAND Review

FANTASY ISLAND Review

By Jake Peffer | Leave a Comment | Published 4 months ago
ONWARD Review

ONWARD Review

By Jake Peffer | Leave a Comment | Published 4 months ago
THE INVISIBLE MAN Review

THE INVISIBLE MAN Review

The Invisible Man processes its difficult subject matter through an alternative context. During times like these, that's a power of cinema that we could all surely use.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 5 months ago
PARASITE Review

PARASITE Review

Bong Joon-Ho's Oscars surprise Parasite turns up the dials on a realistic construct to make for an exciting, engaging, and highly organic exploration of class.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 6 months ago
1917 Review

1917 Review

The history of cinema is chequered with technical advancements, but is Sam Mendes' miraculous single-take achievement in WW1-epic 1917 a gimmick or a triumph?

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 8 months ago
LITTLE WOMEN Review

LITTLE WOMEN Review

Greta Gerwig finds her way into a well-worn story with the most universal theme of all.

By Barnaby Turner | Leave a Comment | Published 8 months ago
UNCUT GEMS Review

UNCUT GEMS Review

By Jake Peffer | Leave a Comment | Published 8 months ago
STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Review

STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER Review

The Rise of Skywalker thankfully doesn't go back on everything set-up by its predecessor, but its complicated story often makes for rather exhausting viewing.

By Barnaby Turner | 2 Comments | Published 9 months ago