Category Archive: film review

Review: Bad Santa 2 is rude, crude and cynical

Thirteen years is a long time between drinks for thieving mall santa Willie, so is it worth checking in on him now?


Film Review: I, Daniel Blake

I, Daniel Blake confronts us with real world social issues that speak of inequality, injustice and a system that has failed so many.


Movie Review: Elvis & Nixon

“Rock ’n’ roll legend Elvis Presley meets the President of the United States Richard Nixon” is a headline sure to grab the attention.


Film Review: Brothers is effortless to watch

Filmed over the course of eight years, director Aslaug Holm documents the development of her two sons from childhood to adolescence.


Film Review: The Islands and the Whales

The Islands and the Whales is a documentary which tells of the conflict between man and whale, between hunter and hunted.


Film Review: Mother With a Gun

Mother with a Gun screens at Antenna Documentary Film Festival. We give it look in advance.


Film review: The Sea of Trees

Directed by Gus Van Sant, The Sea of Trees explores the self by portraying an individual’s experience with mental illness.


Film review: LoveTrue needs to be seen

Alma Har’el, the filmmaker behind LoveTrue builds such trust with her subjects. They throw themselves into such a vulnerable position.


Movie Review: Land of Mine

Land of Mine tells the story of a group of German boys made prisoners of war after Germany’s 1945 surrender and sent to Denmark.


Film Review: Gods of Egypt

Gods of Egypt is a visual feast, with an array of gods played by well-known Hollywood actors paraded throughout.


Film Review: Ten Years is controversial

Ten Years is composed of five short films directed by Jevons Au, Ng Ka-Leung, Chow Kwun-Wai, Wong Fei-Pang, and Kwok Zune.


Film Review: Zero Days makes you cower

Zero Days presents a harrowing picture of the world in which a computer virus can destroy the safety of populations of people.