Reviews

  • Review: Haute Cuisine

    French comedy based on the story of Danièle Delpeuch (Catherine Frot), a modest provincial chef and restaurant-owner who in the late 1980s…

  • Review: The Company You Keep

    Oscar-winner Robert Redford directs and stars in this politically-charged thriller as Jim Grant, a civil rights lawyer and single father…

  • Review: Iron Man 3

    Robert Downey Jr. returns as Tony Stark in the third instalment of Marvel’s Iron Man. After having his personal world destroyed by The…

  • Review: First Position

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    Ballet documentary following six young dancers (aged nine to nineteen) over the course of a year as they face injury and personal sacrifice…

  • Review: The Black Power Mixtape

    Fuelled by archival footage found lying in the cellar of Swedish Television, this documentary tracks the Black Power Movement in the…

  • Review: Escape from Planet Earth 3D

    Animated family sci-fi about superstar alien explorer Scorch Supernova (voiced by Brendan Fraser) who embarks on an expedition to a…

  • Review: The First Rasta

    Through the mind of young explorer Leonard Percival Howell (1893 – 1981), this documentary looks to shed light on the origin and the vision…

  • Review: Olympus Has Fallen

    National security actioner from the director of Training Day, starring Gerard Butler as Mike Banning – a disgraced Presidential guard…

  • Review: Antiviral

    The sci-fi horror feature debut from Brandon – son of David – Cronenberg, winner of Best First Feature at Toronto Film Festival…

  • Review: Road to the Globe

    Led by Kiwi actor Rawiri Paratene (Whale Rider), this New Zealand documentary follows a group of the nation’s finest Maori actors, Ngakau…

  • Review: Warm Bodies

    Zombie rom-com starring Nicholas Hoult (X-Men: First Class) as a bummed-out living dead who falls for the living girlfriend of one of his…