Burial

World War II is some of the most heavily trodden ground in cinema history. And it can still be fertile ground for storytelling, as the relatively recent Their Finest and [...]

Breaking

Though anchored by good performances, especially by lead actor John Boyega, Breaking is a film which struggles to get its message across.  The film has social and societal parallels available, [...]

Fall

Fall is equal parts thrilling and engaging so long as the viewer accepts the type of movie they are watching. Scott Mann’s latest film is a minimalist one with enough [...]

Sharp Stick

Sharp Stick, Lena Dunham's first feature since her 2010 breakthrough indie darling Tiny Furniture, is a fearless sex comedy that plays like an inferior episode of Girls, Diablo Cody wannabes, [...]

Rogue Agent

People, on the whole, can be gullible – they want to believe a good story. Particularly if there is something exciting in it which gives them a chance to transcend [...]

Summering

A discovery of a dead body by a small band of pre-teen girls becomes a reflection of life and a coming-of-age portrait of friendship in James Ponsoldt’s (The End of [...]

The Gray Man

Since their release of Marvel’s Captain America: Winter Soldier in 2014, the Russo Brothers have been on quite the marathon of directing large-budgeted films. With 4 significant credits stemming from [...]

Spiderhead

Now, it’s no surprise that Netflix produces its fair share of films every year, under various genres, around 100 films are released each year from Netflix alone. With such a [...]