Cinema Review Archive

Housebound (Leeds International Film Festival)

A horror comedy shown at the Leeds Film Festival.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

Lauren catches up with Katniss Everdeen's Adventures in Panem...

The Drop

A fitting farewell to James Gandolfini.

Interstellar

Geoff delves into Christopher Nolan's ambitious new space saga....

Testament of Youth (Leeds International Film Festival)

A lyrical adaptation of Vera Brittain's memoirs.

The Taking (Leeds International Film Festival)

It's not so Happy in this Valley as a psychotic loanshark terrorises Todmorden.

Nightcrawler

Jake Gyllenhaal turns in a stellar performance as a socipathic cameraman in this darkly satirical lo...

Say When

Keira Knightley fails to launch in Lynn Shelton's comedy about staying young forever...

Pride

TDF newcomer Nick Freeman takes a look at this delightful true encounter between an LGBT rights group and the miners.

Whiplash (London Film Festival 2014)

Blood on the drum tracks......

Fury (London Film Festival 2014)

War is evil, gruesome, and actually rather dull......

The Skeleton Twins

A suicidal brother and a suicidal sister are brought together again after 10 years of disconnection.

Little Death, The (London Film Festival 2014)

Several couples aim to improve their sex lives in the controversial but very funny The Little Death....

Eden (London Film Festival 2014)

Mia Hansen-Løve's superbly sonic drama charts the rise and fall of a DJ lost in his own loop....

Mule, The (London Film Festival 2014)

First arrest a man. Producing the evidence is number two, in more ways than one......

Hungry Hearts (London Film Festival 2014)

Adam Driver and Alba Rohrwacher star in a New York romance that unexpectedly enters the horror genre...

Dearest (London Film Festival 2014)

Peter Chan's latest tells two hugely engrossing sides to a child abduction incident in China....

Rosewater (London Film Festival 2014)

Jon Stewart's directorial debut is a competent, unspectacular retelling of how a journalist visiting...

The Falling (London Film Festival 2014)

Carol Morley's suspenseful coming-of-ager is worth falling for....

Men, Women & Children (London Film Festival 2014)

Jason Reitman discovers entering a Wi-Fi password will ruin your life....

The Imitation Game (London Film Festival 2014)

Benedict Cumberbatch shines as Alan Turing in an efficient, unimaginative retelling of how the Enigm...

Spring,London Film Festival 2014

Love and death pair up in a gothic romance that brings a new meaning to 'Before Sunrise' tributes....

Dear White People (London Film Festival 2014)

A witty open letter about the state of racism in 21st century America....

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